[Introduction] Haslem constantly practiced three-pointers in training, hoping to help the team at critical times.
On October 12th, , in the training session before the Miami Heat’s game against the Pistons, we saw that Heat power forward Haslem kept shooting three-pointers, and the accuracy was still impressive, which surprised everyone. Unexpectedly, only
Haslem, who can defend, still has such a skill.
But why have we rarely or even never seen Haslem take a three-pointer in so many years of competition?
As far as last season is concerned, he didn’t try any three-pointers in an official game, not even a scramble with a time of nearly 24 seconds.
“Practice and competition are two different things. I just want to relax and find my shooting range in the process of continuous shooting. Of course, this is also a learning opportunity, and I will continue to practice.” Haslem said.
However, when he was asked when he would reveal this move in the game, Haslem kept emphasizing that he didn’t know, really didn’t know.
“First of all, I want the coaches to see me practice three-pointers, and I have trained well, so that they will not feel awkward when I shoot three-pointers in the game. So I have to practice more in training, practice more shots,
You’ll get used to it.” Haslem said, “Actually, that’s how Bosh came here. He’s also practicing in training now, and then he shoots in games. Finally, the coach saw that the effect was good, so he was happy for him to shoot.”
For Haslem’s three-point practice, Heat coach Spoel also expressed his opinion: “I won’t let him off the court just because he made a three-pointer in the game. I hope they can all expand their technical routes.
. As long as they improve and improve, the team will only get better.”