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“Unfortunately, his technique leaves a lot to be desired.” As a freshman at Louisville, Onuaku made 46.7 percent of his free throws.
Chamberlain made 61.3 percent that season, including the night he sank 28 of 32 in his landmark 100-point game.
Friends of Barry have made an important point to him: Do you think maybe it’s not as easy for people who do not, like him, possess some of the purest shooting touch the sport has known?
Van Gundy, the Pistons coach, worked as a counselor at one of Barry’s basketball camps in the late 1970s. “I was a good free throw shooter, even though I obviously wasn’t Rick Barry. I make my 10th one, I’m shooting first, and he says, ‘Okay. I’m going to shoot this next one blindfolded and with double the arc, and it’s got to go through nothing but net.’ If it doesn’t, I win, because he didn’t want to keep it going. So they blindfold him, and he shoots the ball, and it seems like it goes up to like where the ceiling was, and straight through.
This offseason, he vowed to try anything, including virtual reality training.
And yet he has refused to attempt an underhand free throw.
Onuaku, a 6-foot-9 20-year-old from Upper Marlboro, Md., outside Washington, had broken a stigma, or at least shown he would not be the victim of one.
Despite evidence it can improve free throw shooting, especially for big men, the form has remained foreign from the NBA since Hall of Famer Rick Barry retired in 1980.Players uniformly resisted it, afraid of looking foolish, standing out as childish or unmanly.Or at least they had until Onuaku made his debut Monday night and made both free throws he attempted, shooting them underhand.Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it.“Everything was considered,” Pistons Coach Stan Van Gundy said. You don’t really like to do things guys aren’t receptive to.” Barry resisted, too, when his father instructed him to use the form in high school. “They’re going to make fun of me.” But he ultimately decided that results mattered more.