The Pro Shot Shooting System is a shooting program based on biomechanics and mental focus. The System will give players and teams immediate access to the techniques used consistently by the world’s top shooters, dramatically improving accuracy and range in a matter of hours. At PRO SHOT, SEEING IS TRULY BELIEVING!!!

Mental Part of Shooting: DENIAL (Part V)

We focus on another mental aspect of shooting–Denial. It is what often times hurts players in improving their basketball skills especially in shooting. Must see for coaches and players.

Basketball Shooting–Tradition and Change

For Coaches and Players that struggle in basketball shooting, we focus on how tradition sometimes doesn’t make sense especially in the art of shooting.


One question we get asked by coaches constantly is “Can I actually change a player’s shot?”   There are many coaches who believe a player can not change their shooting form from negative to positive...

Interview: Gene Bess Part II

In part II of this series, Coach Bess focuses on shooting mechanics, skill development and keeping an open mind.

Top 10 NBA Shooters (2014/15 Season)

Pro Shot’s Staff and a few experts pick the Top 10 Shooters in the NBA for the 2014/15 Season. Fun to watch!


If you are a high school or middle school coach, you have either started practicing with your team or will sometime later this month. You probably will be doing shooting drills in your practices because...

Interview: Gene Bess Part 1

In another chapter of our interview series “Just Ball”, we interview Gene Bess, the all time winningest coach in College Basketball history. Truly a legend and a great interview.

Does Practice Make Perfect?

Where did the notion that practice makes perfect ever come from? We hear it all the time and we just don’t believe it makes any sense. The adage should read: “Perfect Practice Makes Perfect.”  ...


One question we get asked constantly is: “Should I change my player’s shooting mechanics during the season?”   I always respond, “That depends on if he or she is shooting the ball well.”   Of...