Saturday June 24, 2023
Shooting Clinic Open to boys and girls entering grades 6-12
Location Orem High School Field House – Provo, Utah
Space is Limited
Coach Ed Palubinskas PREMIER BASKETBALL SHOOTING
In 39 countries, for 42 years, from youth to the pros, Coach Ed Palubinskas, has taught the Perfect Shot to over 20,000 basketball players, who want to get better at shooting and scoring.
After attending Ed’s shooting clinic, athletes free throw shooting, field goal accuracy and their 3-point shot have all improved twenty percent or more. Anyone who wants to be great at shooting this SHOOTING CLINIC IS A MUST!
Coach Ed taught Shaquille O’Neil how to shoot free throws. Shaq improved his accuracy with Coach Ed from 42% to 70%. Opposing teams no longer used the “Shaq Attack” strategy. No more fouling Shaq from scoring a dunk and sending him to the free-throw line where the outcome was most likely missed shots.
Connect With your MASTER SHOOTING INSTRUCTOR
Born in Australia, Ed started playing basketball at 14 years old. In high school, Ed’s goal was to be a great shooter. Not Good, Great. Ed became a student and a teacher of the “Perfect Shot.” At 18 years old, Ed earned the honor of being named Mr. Basketball Australia.
Ed played College ball in Ricks Idaho, earning JC All-American status, and led all of college basketball, shooting 92.4% from the free throw line. After Junior College, Ed was heavily recruited and went on to play for Coach Dale Brown at LSU.
Ed Played for the Australian Olympic team in 1972 and 1976. There he set three world records and Olympic records in scoring. Ed was voted All-World twice for his Olympics success averaging 33.1 points per game and scoring a game-high of 55 points without a 3-point line. Ed set Olympic scoring records that held for 44 years. Only in the last 8 years have his records been surpassed — And only reached with the addition of the 3-point line.