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CLIP 11321

The perfect three-point basketball shot

The perfect three-point basketball shot
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Key Info
  • The perfect three-point basketball shot
  • Duration: 01:25
  • John Amaechi is a world class basketball player and the first Briton to make it in the USA. John explains how to improve your chances of scoring a perfect three-point shot. Your elbows need to point to the basket, your arms must be at right angles, your body has to be square to the basket and you must bend your knees. Lastly, you must have good follow through. Height is important but it is more important to be good than it is to be tall.
  • Subject:

    Physical Education

       Topic:

    Invasion Game Activities

  • Keywords: basketball, three-point shot, scoring, John Amaechi
Ideas for use in class
  • Excellent explanation and demonstration of how to score a three-point shot in basketball.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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