DFW'S SHOOTING COACH AND PROGRAM
Too many players spend hours on "skills and drills" that do not translate to the actual game. It becomes a waste of time and money for players and parents.
We are built upon this principle: Work On What Matters
The #1 way to get more minutes, score more points, and be a better player is to become a better shooter.
We will help you become a better shooter and all-around player in whatever areas you need to improve.
It is our goal to provide the highest quality and detail in the DFW Metroplex. Along with on-court training, we provide notes, breakdowns, and assistance to ensure that what we do sticks and helps you improve.
ABOUT JUSTIN LOVVORN
In his time working as an intern for Pure Sweat Basketball and NBA Skills Trainer Drew Hanlen in Los Angeles, Justin Lovvorn has assisted in the workouts of:
Bradley Beal, Zach Lavine, RJ Barrett,
Kelly Oubre, Jordan Clarkson, Taurean Prince, Semi Ojeleye, Langston Galloway,
He has recently helped multiple college and high school athletes improve their scoring averages, shot mechanics, + percentages.
Justin played at Oral Roberts University (DI) in Tulsa, OK, on a Conference Championship team which made an unprecedented Sweet 16 run as a 15 seed in the NCAA Tournament. He also spent time playing at Dallas Baptist University, where he was a 2x Conference Champion. In his time at ORU, Justin shot 57% from behind the three-point line. During his final year of basketball, Justin led all of Division I in "Overall Offensive Rating" as a walk-on.
Justin has spent years learning and developing a deep knowledge of shooting. He has had the privilege to learn the details and nuances of player development and shooting from experts (Drew Hanlen, Mike Dunn) & played under high-level college coaches. He has developed an extensive 100+ page skill blueprint, shooting program, and player development curriculum.
ABOUT GARRETT BEENE
Garrett Beene is a former college basketball player and current Varsity assistant coach. He serves as a Shooters HQ Instructor, helping players from middle school to the Big 12 improve their shooting and scoring ability at our Shooters Academy.