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« on: February 28, 2018, 02:49:09 am »



Beat The Shot Clock By Trying These NBA 2k18 Tips!

Whether you'd rather cheer from bleachers or shoot the ball like a professional, you have to really understand the game if you want to truly enjoy it. Don't know the score? Don't get upset. NBA 2k18 is so much fun and easy to learn about. Keep reading to learn more about this wonderful game.

As you dribble, bring your body down just a little closer to the ground. This will make it easier to bounce the ball. If the ball has a shorter distance to travel between the ground and your hand, you are less likely to make a mistake that leads to a turnover.

One of the most important things to understand is when to make the shot. Taking a dangerous shot can result in the  NBA Mobile Coins ball being overturned. If you do not feel comfortable making the shot, pass it to a teammate and either let them make the shot or get into a better position to make the shot.

Practice as many different shots as you can. You never know when you will need one during a game. If you only practice bank shots, then you will feel less comfortable making a 3-point shot or a lay-up. Practice them all and you will see improvements in all of your shots.

Shoot at least a hundred free throws every day. Not only does this make you a better free throw shooter, but it helps all your shooting. You can step on a court any day of the week familiar with the sight and sound of you putting the ball in the goal. This gives you serious mental confidence, regardless of how or where you actually shoot.

To become a better dribbler, work on becoming more flexible. The looser and more flexible you are, the better you will be able to elude defenders. Stiffer players are easier to defend. The more flexible you are, the harder it is to defend you. So to improve your dribbling, you need to improve your flexibility.

Good shooters rely on the perimeter shot, so practice getting open to get these key shots. A good play to run is having a post player work the ball down low and then pass it back out once the defense collapses. Run a drill during practice where the only shots you take are those from passes coming from inside the paint.

In order to steal a ball from a dribbler without fouling him, start with your hands low and bring them up toward the ball. This way you hit the ball first with your hand and knock it away. If you start with your hands high and swipe downward, you are going to hit his arm and get called for a foul.

Stick with the same routine every time that you do free throws. You have 10 seconds to shoot, so you can use that short NBA 2K MT Coins  period of time as you like. You can bounce the ball a couple times, spin it within your hands, talk to yourself, etc. Try to be creative and find a routine that works best for you. You will eventually get more comfortable with this shot by doing the same routine over and over.

Want to try a drill which will really work you out? Try dribbling with two balls at once! This will help you learn to master dribbling with both hands, plus it will build your arm muscles very quickly. You can't use your eyes for this exercise, so you will learn to dribble without looking at your hands.

How hard was it to read those helpful tips? You've learned a couple basic tricks, so now you can get out there and start enjoying the game. Use the information presented here to become better at playing or watching basketball.