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  1. Hi Steve. I'm from Poland and I am 14 years old. The coach and many friends told me that I have talent. I've always dreamed of playing in the NBA, but I don't know how to get into the NBA while living and playing in Poland. Can you advise me somehow?

  2. The touching the ball on the ground drill is something I am going to start working on regularly. Getting low and keeping my weight back is a problem for me. It never seemed to be a problem for Steve Nash. I don't think he ever took an off balance jump shot once in his career. Uncanny.

    I can do it great when just form shooting with no hoop in front of me but as soon as I have a hoop to put the ball in, my form goes to crap and I start swinging the ball out in front of me, dropping my chest, and jumping forward.

    Not only does it throw my shot off and inhibit my stroke but I bring the ball right to the defender so he can contest it.

  3. This for me was the best basketball shooting video by far I have ever watched, and I have watched hundreds. In particular, the idea of keeping my chest up at all times, even after I make a move is extremely valuable information.

    I have always had a problem being aggressive and wanting to get from point A to point B in a hurry. I get there quicker if I am leaning forward with my chest down as I move. The problem is that I frequently get caught in that position when I am open to shoot. Raising up out of that position to shoot a jump shot is a big problem for me. I could do it better when I was younger but I cannot get away with it anymore. The trick is don't get caught in this position, like Nash says. Stay low with knees bent but don't lean forward and drop your chest down.

    I played ball yesterday and focused on doing this and it was the best game I have played in years. I was on fire! I think I shot over 90% and actually dominated the game, which is something since I was playing against guys 20 and 30 years younger than me who are good players.

    It's amazing that it seems that the most important part of shooting has nothing to do with shooting. For me it's all about how I move on the floor. On balance at ALL times.

  4. I live in LA but am such a Big fan of Steve Nash. I drove to Phx many times to watch him play. Have just about all his jerseys. He is amazing. His YouTube videos are hilarious too. Wish I had the chance to shake his hand

  5. Nash you made me join basketball the moment I saw that suns game at Talking Stick (Airlines) when I was a kid, still got your original jersey and play out in games where I win mostly. Know that you inspired some today. – JV and Varsity player.

  6. Steve, I really need help with my shot. I watched the video and it helped a little but my shot is a little quirky. When I bring the ball to my set point my shooting elbow is not in line with my shoulder so I’m not getting the 90 degree angle in my arm. How do I get the 90 degree angle in my shooting arm?

  7. Never seen that drill before. Looks like your combining a squat with shooting mechanics. I can see how this teaches you to stay balanced and get lower. To follow through with your legs on your shot.

  8. He don't just teach….he teaches very detailed si that when you finish watching it your game will surely evolve…..and that's what's wrong with the other youtubers right now…..cause they're teaching all this flashy moves that really dont elevate you're game…… suddenly they just forget about the fundamentals…….thank you very very much mr.Steve Nash for reminding us to do right thing………nothing but respect men👌

  9. I model my game after u Steve run and gun u changed my game for the better so much I've been following u ever since Santa Clara my buddy was your team mate in college Craig was his name I miss watching u ball so much I'm so stoked to see u on YouTube

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