Two elite N.B.A. centers, DeAndre Jordan and Andre Drummond, have perennially been the worst free throw shooting big men in the history of the league. That fact has come to a screeching halt during the current 2017/18 season. Why? Because of AUTOMATIC FREE THROWS.
It is time to speak up and give AUTOMATIC FREE THROWS some serious credit where this credit is bona fide due.
DeAndre Jordan’s career FTP was 43% at the end of the 2017 season.
Andre Drummond’s career FTP was 40% at the end of the 2017 season.
The N.B.A. average is 75%.
DeAndre watched my AUTOMATIC FREE THROWS DVD during the summer of 2016. He implemented about a 60% portion of my method, but he refused to stagger his stance at the line. This was a big problem. This past summer, he changed his stance to a staggered stance and is not bringing the ball over his head. He is currently shooting his free throws at 60%...a 12% increase over last year. Opposing teams have abandoned the ‘hack a DeAndre’ tactic.
Drummond is the second success story. He watched my DVD this past summer with his high school A.A.U. coach, a golfing buddy of mine, and radically changed his free throw style. He is focusing his gaze on the rim, he has a staggered stance, he is flexing his knees more which promotes great posture, he is keeping the ball in front of him, and he finishes in balance. All these are critical components of AUTOMATIC FREE THROWS.
He is currently shooting his free throws at 62%...a 23% increase over last year. That is a phenomenal improvement.
Both the Wall Street Journal and ESPN did articles on Andre’s improvement, and in neither piece did AUTOMATIC FREE THROWS get a mention. Credit was given to his personal trainer and how his overall fitness, and new mental approach were the reasons for his better percentage.
Time to give credit where credit is due…AUTOMATIC FREE THROWS is behind the incredible improvement in both these All Star big men.
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