I just finished watching the four free Bryan Brothers videos and I got to say that they have really inspired me to get out on the court and try some of this stuff. They call it the "secret sauce"; basically getting to the net and putting pressure on your opponents. One saying that they repeat is "hitting the easiest volley possible as often as possible."
I like the forward movement that they are constantly doing. When they are at the net, they start a little farther back, like at the service line, and then instantly have forward body momentum to the net and diagonally to either "lane" - toward the poach lane or toward the alley. I think that it was Bob that said they never just move straight forward and stop, must go one way or the other. Has anyone else used this technique?
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