No One Understands You and What to do about it

Heidi G. Halvorson On the Science of Perception & The Unrealized Biases Existing between Fans and Athletes

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This book, backed with a century of research in the social psychology of human perception, explains how you think others see you, how they really see you, and how you see them. An important read for sports fans, because it’s time we stop blaming the click-hungry media and the athletes in the spotlights for their influence in our judgment. We can finally look, internally, at our own human flaws and our cognitive biases to help us read people, their words and their actions the way they, genuinely, intend for us to.

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Basketball Shooting Technique & Form

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A search for the most perfect technique or the most proper form in shooting a basketball is the most popular on Google by basketball players – guards, forwards and bigs – worldwide, likely stemming from the common textbook advice: that a perfect form and technique is the way to accurate shooting. Examples like the postures of Ray Allen, Kyle Korver and Steph Curry are then dissected and recommended for aspiring marks(wo)men to replicate through practice.

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Basketball Shooting Types

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1 point, 2 points and 3 points. All 3 results comes from different types and times of shooting the basketball during a game. Here are the most common shooting types

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The Importance of Sharp Shooting Skills

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Shooting is the most essential basketball skill because it directly causes scoring which determines outcomes of games. Beyond the obvious, remember that even skills such as passing and ball handling, the possession ends with a shot, one that must be converted for all those skills to matter. Good individual shooting, therefore, is a useful team skill because it enables opens up for floor for the entire offense to do their thing. It creates space, which keeps defenders from double-teaming your playmakers.