Steve Francis’ basketball career was like his playing style: It came out of nowhere, fast and explosively.
From not playing in high school days ands dropping out, to a couple of Junior Colleges to a whirlwind season playing at the University of Maryland, Stevie Franchise was an NBA lottery pick and performed at an All-Star starter level at his peak. Steve was — next to Allen Iverson — the ultimate streetball NBA player (who had several back-and- forth battles with AI during their NBA days, despite only facing each other twice per year for their peak seasons). His ability to cross up any defender in isolation, then turn around and dunk on anyone at the rim, combined with his streetball style, made him the guy any unknown end-of-the-bench kid could aspire to.
Steve Francis thrived in the Houston Rockets’ isolation-heavy playing style, breaking down defenses to score and distribute as he pleased night after night, making himself poplar enough to be voted as a starter in the NBA All-Star game twice alongside of Kobe Bryant.
This Signature Workout Program will take aim at some of the best skills Steve Francis used to be one of the most exciting, explosive players in the league in the early 2000s. The skills we will address:
• Explosive Finishing At/Above The Rim From The Perimeter
• Crossing Up Defenders In One-On-One Match-Ups
• Pullup 3Pt Sooting When Defenses Relax Or Play Off
• Attacking Off Ball Screens To Get Into The Lane
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