Vertical jump is not a priority for NBA All-Time Top 50 players

There is no dispute that basic knowledge has steadily increased over the past 25 years. The Michael Jordan era opened up a new unique style of play. Young players focused on different skills instead of shooting, shooting, cutting, transferring, and protecting them. The thorough analysis of NBA All-Time Top 50 players makes a crystal clear thing; the best players have ever committed themselves to the basics of the game by passing, dribbling and shooting. And loved the game.

Forget the ads on the vertical jump, blasting up, and the miracle of "jumping shoes." They can help jump higher, but they will never become a well-rounded basketball player. The game is about the fundamentals and always about fundamentals. The same goes for football, baseball and golf.

Have you ever heard a trainer who questioned the hard loss that "If we were to make only more busts or 360-degree descent, we would have won." I doubt you've ever heard it. Instead, you hear that NFL, MBL or NBA coaches say: " We have to go back to the basics of the game when is away from them." I've heard hundreds of times over the past 25 years. and NBA All-Time Top 50 are listed below:

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Nate Archibald, Paul Arizin, Charles Barkley, Rick Barry, Elgin Baylor, Dave Bing, Larry Bird, Wilt Chamberlain, Bob Cousy, Dave Cowens, Billy Cunningham, Dave DeBusschere, Clyde Drexler, Julius Erving, Patrick Ewing, Walt Frazier, Gerorge Gervin, Elvin Hayes, Karl Pellit, Scottie Pippen, Willis Reed, Oscar Robertson, David Robinson, Bill Russell, Dolphin Robert Malone, Moses Malone, Pete Maravich, Kevin McHale, George Mikan, Earl Monroe, Hakeem Olajuwon, Shaquille O. Neal Shayes, Bill Sharman, John Stockton, Isiah Thomas, Nate Thurmond, Wes Unseld, Bill Walton, Jerry West, Lenny Wilkens and James Worthy. young people in basketball sports ask these questions:

  • Did Arizin, Cousy, Jones, Russell and Shayes spend their time on the vertical jump?
  • Larry Bird relied on his athletic ability in his high school, college, and NBA career?
  • Why did Julius Erving become a well thought-out, fundamental player after he realized he was able to jump?
  • How long did Stockton, Monroe, Frazier, Greer, Archibald, Thomas and Wilkens have spent the basics of handling and transferring bullets? ] Why did Pete Maravich Gun take you to the theater and to the moving car window?
  • Why is George Mikan the "Play Father's Father"?
  • How many of these 50 players spent their time? Jumpers?
  • How high do you value this group's basketball IQ?
  • What features does this group have in common?

With Fundamentals, Game Consciousness, and Basketball Love, how many of them would have 50 players made this team? NONE OF THEM! If you are a young coach, then consider this article. Bells and whistles are about kids bicycles, but in basketball nowhere. The key to improving players is to respect hard work, endurance, and proven fundamentals of the game. Do not miss this bus.

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