Invictus Games: The Science Behind Wheelchair Basketball

ESPN's Sport Science breaks down the game of wheelchair basketball star Jason Reyes.
1:00 | 05/12/16

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To break down the skills of a wheelchair basketball athletes and we enlisted Steve harbors retired navy petty officer. Jason rates first. Hoover ability. In wheelchair basketball the almost be dribbled at least once every two pushes yet Reyes is still able to dribble and change direction. Three times in just over four seconds. Compared to when he went through the same test without the ball. Tripling slows them down by less than a second next shooting mechanics. But his form is textbook he stays square with the target. Angles his shooting elbow. Deal ninety degrees. This helps explain why race is able to get bucket after bucket. Part ESPN sports science. I'm John perhaps.

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