The idea is to imagine he’s posing for a Polaroi — errrrr an iPhone X.
This summer, Malik Beasley went to work with his trainer, Marc Campbell, on tweaking his shot. Reviewing last season’s film, Campbell noticed that Beasley had gotten in the habit of leaning backwards when he uncorked a jumper. The trainer and his pupil worked on making sure Beasley jumped straight up and down — not farther away from the orange cylinder he was aiming for.
‘When I shoot, don’t fade back,” Beasley said Friday. “Stay in my shot. Like I’m posing for a picture.”