Detailed explanation of McGrady's shooting posture
first of all, the first thing to look at the basketball shooting action is the hand shape. As shown in the figure, we can find that McGrady's shooting palm is almost parallel to the ground (mainly observing the thumb). What does this mean? This shows that McGrady has a larger proportion of shoulder force when shooting.
so what is the reason for this phenomenon? Yes, it's McGrady's big hands. The size of his hands determines his ability to control the ball. A pair of big hands help McGrady throw the ball stably even when his shoulders exert too much force.
when it comes to McGrady, he can't help mentioning his best dry pull. Reversing the Spurs in 35.13 seconds is McGrady's representative work. The whole world knows that McGrady wants to fight, but you just can't prevent him. Why is McGrady's fight so difficult to defend?
because McGrady first uses his waist to drive his whole body when shooting, This enables McGrady to reach the highest point of his bounce when shooting. With his slender body and arms, his dry pulling has become a nightmare for every defender
in addition, McGrady at the peak also has the fastest first step in the league. The defenders against McGrady don't dare to get close to McGrady, which further increases the difficulty of defending McGrady.
as one of the most talented players in the NBA, McGrady's shooting is also the embodiment of his talent, Too much waist force also causes injuries in the later stage of his career. We should also pay attention to our body when imitating.