Best Basketball Apps Training in 2023
HoopsKing Straight Shooter Basketball Shooting Training Aid Keeps Elbow in & Follow Thru Straight
- SHOOT STRAIGHT - Helps players shoot the basketball straight which helps you make more shots and that means you'll score more points in games
- FOR ALL AGES - One size fits all & Works for righties or lefties which enables you to use it with players no matter what hand they shoot with which means the Straight Shot is a verstalie tool that can be used with all players
- IMPROVE ACCURACY - Helps keep elbow in instead of having a "flying elbow" that sticks out so you're able to stop missing right and left on your shots which means you'll be a more consistent and accurate shooter
- ADJUSTABLE - Easily adjustable straps which lets you use the Straight Shot with any player and that means you can use it with your entire team from high school to youth players
- STOPS FADE ON SHOT - Some players don't hold their follow through straight which means they are moving the ball left or right as they shoot it. The Straight Shot stops this bad habit.
HomeCourt | Basketball training app for iPhone and iPad | Monthly Subscription | Develop your skills using AI and augmented reality
- BREAKTHROUGH MOBILE APP - A new way for anyone to have fun playing basketball, improve their game, and unlock their potential. Uses just your iPhone or iPad to capture and analyze how you play—from your shots, to your dribbling, to your movements.
- ADVANCED REAL-TIME ANALYSIS - Leverages advanced basketball science, computer vision, and AI to analyze and track your performance. HomeCourt calculates key metrics like shooting percentage, accuracy, release time, speed, vertical jump and more.
- TRAIN AND PLAY - Access an extensive library of interactive training drills taught by NBA pro athletes and compete in unique challenges that use augmented reality (AR) to test your skills against your peers, teammates, or players around the world.
- BACKED BY PRO ATHLETES - HomeCourt has been developed with and used by pro athletes including Steve Nash, Jeremy Lin, Bradley Beal, Sue Bird, Joe Harris, Al Horford, JJ Redick and more.
- OFFICIAL PARTNER OF THE NBA - HomeCourt is an official partner of the NBA, working together to deliver a new mobile basketball training experience for the next generation of players.
Basketball Shot Log
- Track Shots
- Shot percentage
- Improve Performance
Boaton 3 Sizes Basketball Shooting Training Aid, Dribble Goggles, Basketball Training Equipment Basketball Trainer for Kids, Youth and Adult (M Size)
- BASKETBALL SHOOTING AID: Silica Gel material, flexible and comfortable to wear. Forces players to keep the ball off the palm of hand, spreads fingers for better ball stability.
- SHOOTING AID APPLICATION: By correcting shooting posture to fix and form muscle memory, the shooting percentage can be improved.
- BASKETBALL DRIBBLE AID: Soft plastic and adjustable strap make this comfortable to wear. Blocks vision from waist down so players learn to dribble the basketball by touch.
- DRIBBLE GOGGLES APPLICATION: Unique design helps to train players to dribble and handle the ball without looking down. Improve the basketball dribble level.
- OUR ADVANTAGE: Compared with other sellers, our products are available in 3 sizes for you to choose, fits kids, youth and adult, you can choose the size that suits you best. Other sellers have only one size to choose from, and it is easy to choose a size that is not suitable for you.
Baden SkilCoach Heavy Trainer Rubber Basketball, 29.5-Inch
- IMPROVES – Your basketball shooting range, dribbling, and passing skills
- HELPS - Increase strength, muscle memory, and ball handing efficiency
- IDEAL – For any level of indoor or outdoor basketball training
- DURABLE – This basketballs rubber cover was designed to withstand years of dribbling and shooting practice
- AVAILABLE- In Official Size (29. 5”, 40-44 oz. ) and Intermediate Size (28. 5”, 36-40 oz. )
Miracle Math: How to Develop a Calculator in Your Head (Flowmotion Book Ser.)
Basketball Dribbling Training
- Include :-
- * Ball Scissor Drill
- * Ball Lateral Hop Drill
- * Ball-Handling series
- * Two-Cone Ball-Handling Drill
- * Handling Sit-Up drill
Murray Sporting Goods Basketball Dribble Goggles - Pack of 12 | Adult or Youth Glasses for Basketball Dribbling Training
- WHAT YOU GET: 12 basketball dribble goggles with adjustable straps
- WHAT ARE THESE FOR: Our unique design helps basketball players of all ages train and learn how to dribble the basketball without having to look at the ball. Helps players get a better feel, creating more control with the ball in your hand.
- TRAINING AID: Dribble training glasses that help both youth and adult basketball players get a better feel for the basketball. It forces players to handle the ball with his or her head up so you can survey the court and not miss any action up the court ahead of you.
- ONE SIZE FITS ALL: All basketball dribble goggles come with an adjustable strap to ensure it will fit all players.
- BUILT TO LAST: durable, soft plastic that is built to bend while also staying comfortable when dribble training.
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Detroit Pistons Win the East, Home Court Advantage
The Detroit Pistons defeated the Orlando Magic 104-99 Wednesday night to win the East and home court advantage.
The victory was helped by the Piston's defense holding Grant Hill to only four points in the second half.
"We made a couple adjustments against him, but mainly we just paid a lot more attention," said Chauncey Billups. "He was tough. It was like the old days."
Hill finished with 22 points, the most he has scored against the Pistons since leaving the team in 2000. Unfortunately for Hill and the Magic, it wasn't enough to keep Detroit from clinching home court advantage in the Eastern Conference. The Pistons have now won five Central Division titles in the last six years.
"That's nothing," Tayshaun Prince said in a low-key locker room after the game. "After what Joe Dumars has brought here, and what we've accomplished on the floor, we're not going to get excited about this. We're not going to celebrate a thing unless we win it all."
Detroit held as much as an 18 point lead in the first half, but lost much of the lead when Orlando rallied to tie the game in the final two minutes.
Prince then put Detroit back ahead with a basket and Billups finished the game off from the free throw line.
The game, a possible preview of a first round playoff series, had Billups leading the Pistons with 28 points. Richard Hamilton added 21 points.
"We let them get back into the game, and that's been a problem all season," Billups said. "Most of the time, we come out on top, but it is a scary situation."
The Magic, in eighth place in the East, had their lead over Indiana for the final playoff spot cut to one game. The Magic play Philadelphia on Saturday.
"If we play them, we can take something out of this game, but we can't put ourselves in another hole where we are down 18 points," Orlando coach Brian Hill said. "Right now, Philadelphia is a big game for us. They can still get in the playoffs, so we need to beat them."
Hill, who had 22 points, had 17 points at the Palace at the beginning of 2005. He averaged 25.8 points in his final season with the Pistons.