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How to Be an Effective Basketball Scorer Without Shooting 3-Pointers

As basketball has progressed, the 3-point line has become the predominant factor in dictating the direction the game is now headed. Just take a look a...

By: Kyle Scadlock

Luke Walton Is Now Requiring Lakers Players to Make 100 3-Pointers After Every Practice

The Los Angeles Lakers are tossing up a whole lot of bricks right now. As a team, the Lakers are shooting 28.8% from 3-point range—by far the low...

By: Brandon Hall

Ask These 3 Questions Before Adding Drills to Your Basketball Practice

The Anatomy of Drill and The Drill Purpose 5 Steps In the sport of basketball team development has changed over the years and evolved, gone are the days...

By: Gawon Hyman

Social Media Roundup: Brandon Marshall's Crosswalk Pull-Up and More

Each week, STACK scours the Instagram accounts of the world's best athletes to bring you their most interesting posts. Scroll down to check out Rob Gr...

By: Maddy Lucier

Offensive Basketball Drills to Build Your Go-To Moves

The more things you are able to do well on the offensive end of the floor the harder you will be for the defense to guard. Being able to shoot the...

By: Kyle Ohman

Latest Videos in Basketball Practice

3-Point Shooting Drills with Maya Moore

2014 WNBA MVP Maya Moore shows you the 3-point shooting drills that make her more accurate and better conditioned.

Look Back: Collin Sexton Interview Nike EYBL Hampton

Alabama point guard Collin Sexton reflects on his Nike EYBL experience and talks about his goals for the future.

How Majok Deng Escaped Sudan to Become a Top Basketball Prospect in the U.S.

The South Sudan native escaped the worn-torn country and has become one of the top basketball prospects in the United States.

How D'Angelo Russell Got Addicted to Hard Work

NBA point guard D'Angelo Russell reveals why he finds hard work addicting.

Michael Porter Jr. Has Been Training For Position-Less Basketball His Entire Life

Michael Porter Jr. is a 6-foot-10 athletic freak who can play any position on the floor. The top 2018 NBA Draft prospect explains how he developed such a versatile game.