You gotta love driving baseline and finishing strong over top of your defender. A baseline drive is the lowest point on the court and putting yourself behind the defense as a ball handler throws the defense out of wack. It’s hard to see ball see man when the ball is that far below you so it creates cutting opportunities and space fills for your teammates. Once you’ve beat your defender he’s already thinking “damn, I didn’t cut him off this close to the rim now I have to make it up with a block”. An over eager defender is always at a disadvantage especially at this point, not only do they have to retime your jump because you didn’t go straight up but they also have to jump at a distance where they don’t get their hands caught in the net. This mistimed jump usually ends in a body foul, poster dunk, or both.
Credit by @edubasket_ny ♂️Good CONCEPTS = good EXECUTION = good RESULTS♂️
You must know that a good technique, with work, will turn you into a great shooter. But you must also bear in mind that a great job can be left without a reward if it is not done intelligently, that is, when you spend many hours and effort shooting (without thinking) believing that this will fix your shot.
For all this I encourage you to continue with that magnificent work you are doing, but with a condition, spend a little time thinking because you are not getting that results you think you deserve so much.
I can assure you that when you do this, the answers will begin to arrive.
Hope you like it!