Last week I diagnosed at length the mental and mechanical flaws of some of the NBA's most infamous free throw shots---specifically those of Andre Drummond, DeAndre Jordan, and Dwight Howard. I compared their anxious, twitchy missteps to the smooth, elegant shooting forms of legendary in-game shooter Kyle Korver and legendary out-of-game shooter Tom Amberry (the one-time world record holder for consecutive free throws made, a tally that reaches into the thousands).
This is fantastic. Last night ZaZa Pachulia posted a video of his kid hitting a shot right in the face of Khris Middleton. Khris should remember Mark Jackson's favorite message: "Hand down, man down!"
[caption id="attachment_3700" align="alignright" width="177" caption="May 10, 2012; Boston, MA, USA; Atlanta Hawks point guard Jeff Teague (0) during the first quarter of game six against the Boston Celtics