Thursday, January 29, 2009

Noah's Crazy Shooting Form Explained

Have you ever noticed that Noah shoots a sort of side-spinning shot when he is outside of 5 feet? It's tough to miss. You may have thought that it was just his "funky" style, and that wouldn't be a terrible assumption. It would be wrong however. According to his father, former tennis star Yannick Noah, there is a different explanation:
Yannick had told the New York broadcasters an interesting story I hadn't heard before about Joakim, that he ended up shooting that odd sideways rotation shot because when he was small, he insisted on only shooting threes. I knew the three would eventually ruin young basketball players. But young Joakim couldn't reach the rim. So he put both hands around the ball and spun it up. And never stopped.
So no one in the next 20 years told him that was bad form and tried to teach him how to shoot the correct way? Noah is such a moron all the time sometimes all the time.

2 comments:

PK said...

This has nothing to do with Noah. What do Bulls fans think about the team going after Carlos Boozer?

StevieY19 said...

"Have you ever noticed that Noah shoots a sort of side-spinning shot when he is outside of 5 feet? It's tough to miss."

Well, for Noah it's actually pretty easy to miss.

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