After 23 games for his new team San Antonio Spurs, Jeremy Sochan has a modest throw rate of 45.8%. However, in the match against the Houston Rockets, the Polish rookie left an impression with a free throw with only one hand.
Jeremy Sochan shocked with the invention of ‘one-handed free throw’
Despite failing with this new “invention”, Sochan received the support of head coach Gregg Popovich. Some sources even said that Mr. Popovich and Sochan practiced this move before the match.
Sochan’s change was met with some criticism on social media for the accuracy of his pitch. However, his teammates also encouraged him to continue with his efforts.
Sochan in the colors of San Antonio Spurs
Teammate Doug McDermott encouraged: “Don’t hesitate, Jeremy. Please continue. This game is yours, young man. We put our trust in him.”
Free throw in basketball uses the skill of throwing the ball on the spot. Although this is the most common throwing technique in basketball, it is not easy for everyone to manipulate correctly, accurately and beautifully.
Especially for professional athletes, in order to have excellent performances and shine with the audience, they also have to go through the process of perseverance, perseverance and maybe a one-handed free throw. Sochan’s will be the new invention for basketball.