This is the Module for coaches to understand the best way to improve the teams eFG% and TS% in Conference Games. By building the player and team shooting development in progressive drills with one of the best shooting coaches in basketball. A4C gives you the structure and progression drills to succeed in the most competitive games. The shooting success of both Vince Carter and Tracy McGrady is directly related to these drills. Coach Carter set a Big Ten record, as the first perimeter player ever to lead the 1980 Big Ten in FG% of 54.7%. His career FG% of four years at Indiana University is 51.1% His teams from High School to NBA have been outstanding at shooting the basketball. Ken Pomeroy only gives you the stats, never the progression drills to get to the shooting percentage needed to win NCAA games.
In the 1980 NBA draft, Butch Carter was a second-round selection of the Lakers. In his first game as a Laker, Carter logged 32 minutes and scored 16 points. Fourteen games later, he was a starter, averaging 9.6 points and 49 percent shooting. Prior to the 1981-82 season, Carter was acquired by the Indiana Pacers. He quickly became the Pacers second-best shooter, hitting .501 from the floor and .805 from the free throw line. In the 1983 game against the Dallas Mavericks, Carter scored a career-high 42 points, making all six of his free throws and two 3-point shots. At 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighing 200 pounds, Carter was an impressive guard. He played 73 games in 1983 and averaged 13.4 points per game.
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