Want to learn the perfect game shot? Shoot 360 is the perfect place. Our unique shooting cages are design to help improve your shooting arc, improve your shooting depth into the rim upon entry, increase your shot release speed, improve your accuracy and shooting percentage, and challenge your skills with a variety of gaming and competitive features. Not only is our system designed to put you on the path to the perfect shot MUCH QUICKER, but you will learn how to replicate that shot in game situations. Whether its coming of screens, attacking off the dribble or simply getting your feet set in an open gap and knocking down the three, the data and engaging programs we offer will get you there!
Below is a list of what we offer and how our technology works:
The Noah System:
The Noah System gives the shooter immediate feedback on the arc of the shot and depth into the rim. Having tested over 6 million shots from the NBA to the high school level, the perfect shot is one that matched 45 degrees of arc with 11 inches deep into the rim. The only way to control shot depth is through a consistent medium arc of 45 degree. On the NBA level, 91% of the players consistently shoot between 43 – 47 degrees, and with a shot depth of 10”-12”. That percentage drops to just 8% on the high school level (1 out of 11 shooters)! Our goal is to change that statistic and help create more consistent shooters at a younger age. We accomplish this by providing instantaneous auditory and visual feedback with every shot you take, rapidly increasing your learning curve. Each of the baskets in our facilities is equipped with a state of the art Noah system.
This is the same shooting analytics system used by the Los Angeles Clippers, Golden State Warriors, Miami Heat, University of Virginia, West Virginia University, University of Tennessee, etc. Shoot 360 is the only facility in the world where the aspiring player can train with technology being used by the professionals!
The Gun 8000 by Shoot-a-way
The Gun 8000 allows members to shoot mass repetitions in a single shooting session (up to 500 shot attempts), receive passes on different spots on the floor, speed up or delay the time in between passes (allows for catch and shoot repetition and shooting off the pass or dribble). The combinations are endless. These are the same shooting machines used in practically every collegiate and professional basketball organization in the country.
The Shooting Cage Experience:
What can you expect when you step into a Shoot 360 Shooting Cage?
What we track: