Kyrie Irving Protection Move: Basketball Moves

Kyrie Irving Protection Move: Basketball Moves


I get buckets….. Hi I’m coach Collin Castellaw
and this is how to use the rim to protect your shot. As a scorer one of the best things
you can do is use the rim to protect your shot from eager shot blockers. Now a lot of
the time you are going up for a normal finish you’re going to have some sort of shot blocker
in the area that is going to be maybe really really tall or can jump really really high
and is at least going to challenge your shot. What you can do as a scorer is use the rim
to protect the ball away from the shot blocker. So let’s pretend I’ve beat my man off the
dribble and I’ve got a defender right here in front of me. You can go up and straight
challenge them if you want to but if they are a good shot blocker they are probably
going to get to it. Instead what you can do is you can use some sort of move to cross
back over to the opposite side of the rim and then use it to protect the ball. Most
of the time a shot blockers hand is not going to come across through the net or through
the rim to come get a shot. So you see big time scorers always try to get to the opposite
side of the rim because it gives them an open look. Alright let’s check out how Kyrie Irving
does it. Kyrie is awesome at this move because of his great vision and ball skills. HE is
not the most athletic guy in the league and that is why this move works perfect. So as
he begins his drive he sees LeBron as the help side defender he gets LeBron to bite
by rocking the ball to the right side of the basket first. LeBron leaves his feet to block
the shot there as Kyrie switches the ball to his left. This keeps the rim between the
ball and LeBron James’ hand making it impossible to block. If you enjoyed this video hit the
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99 Replies to “Kyrie Irving Protection Move: Basketball Moves”

  1. Quick question. If you jump in the air while performing a layup like Kyrie in the video, then should you put the same effort in your legs as you would do if your dunking? James Harden does not do any type of move like this.

  2. coach ima 15 year old boy who is whole hearted for basketball im not the best player but i can go toe to toe with the best im only 5,7 nd i live in houston texas do u think u or anyone can hve a 1on1 section wit me not like plauing eachother like a workout kyrie does when he dribbles thrn has to catch a ball then pass it bck then catch it again make a move thrn a shot i want to do that cause ik im good enough to make the nba i just need the right coach and i think you are the perfect coach u got experince

  3. whenever I go into the lane for a layup or so. I feel like getting blocked.
    The defender scares me, when I get into the lane for a layup, the defender is right at me, so I feel like getting blocked. Any help?

  4. Im 14 and 6'1 i have a more than solid J but havent developed and inside game yet and im wirking out and building mustle but what vid of urs do u most recomend thx

  5. any tips for ball protection for me im 12 yrs old so is there any drills that can improve my ball handling and ball security,drills that are needed to do for my age pls 🙂

  6. also finishing higher off the backboard.. utilizing english to finish off the backboard from various different angles.. being ambidextrious with jumping off both feet and finishing with either hand on either side of the rim or backboard.. kyrie is a wizard when it comes to finishing at the rim..

  7. Moves like this are what I live for. Driving to the basket is about all I need to perfect my game. I'm a good shooter, defender, passer but can't drive. Always get blocked 😂

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