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Long-Range NBA Assassin J.J. Redick Speaks on the Science of Shooting

J.J. Redick was red-hot from long distance this season. He shot a career high 47.5 percent from three-point range for the Los Angeles Clippers, creating plenty of space for teammates Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan to operate. The legendary sharpshooter from Duke—who broke into the NBA in 2006 as the 11th overall pick of the Orlando Magic—also used his sniper ability to average a career-high 16 points per game for the second-straight season.

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Daily Bread: NBA MVP Stephen Curry Would Not Be Conformed

“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind…” (Romans 12:2)

Hall of Famer Larry Bird set an NBA record for the highest point-per-game increase by a reigning MVP all the way back in 1985. He went from averaging 24.2 points for the Boston Celtics to 28.7 the following year. No other reigning MVP had ever improved his scoring average more than the 4.5 points Larry Legend did over 30 years ago. But after getting buckets at will during a Most Valuable Player campaign last season—on his way to leading the Golden State Warriors to an NBA championship—Stephen Curry continues to transform the game.

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Carmelo Anthony and Maya Moore Talk About The Mentality of a Successful Shooter

Two of the deadliest offensive players in professional basketball are New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony and Minnesota Lynx guard Maya Moore. Since breaking into the NBA in 2003—after leading Syracuse to an NCAA championship—Anthony’s ability to get buckets has made him an eight-time All-Star. He won the scoring title in 2013, and has averaged more than 25 points per game for his career. Melo has also proven his ability to knock down shots from deep, making more than 1,000 triples since entering the League.

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CYBL teams with LETITFLY as Super Regional Events tip off in ATL

The Competitive Youth Basketball League (CYBL) was founded by four pillars of grassroots hoops in the Southeast who came together to provide integrity, exposure and an opportunity to grow for the thousands of young ballers who participate in their events. Led by Eddie Young, Steve Hughes, Darrell Henderson and Rodney Poinett, the CYBL tips off a series of highly anticipated tournaments beginning on March 11 in Atlanta, Georgia. The CYBL is also the newest member of the LET IT FLY fam, coming on board as an affiliate program earlier this year.

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