Dwayne ‘Swoop’ Simpson: So now, Broadway. Eric ‘Broadway’ Jones: Yeah? Dwayne: I’m loving this thing were doing here,
man. Now you taught me some great stuff. But I really want to know how I become better
rebounder. All right? I told you, I’m a little tall, and I don’t
get any rebounds down there. And I want to figure it out, how can I be
a better rebounder. Eric: Couple of technique we can show you. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: We bought in DP to show you exactly
how to become a better rebounder. Dwayne: Who, the expert? Eric: Obviously. Dwayne: Oh, okay. Eric: See the first thing you want to do,
usually when you’re guarding a man, you’re facing him. Dwayne: Right. Eric: So you want to know where this guy is
at all times. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: Why? Because you want to make sure he doesn’t get
the rebound from you. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: So the first thing you want to do … Dwayne: Mm-hmm. Eric: … you’re trying to get the ball. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: You’re facing this way. Dwayne: All right. Eric: DP’s on you. The first thing you want to do is make contact. Dwayne: Make contact. Eric: Not you, him. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: He’s gonna show you. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: So he’s gonna make contact with you. Dwayne: Oh, me. Okay. Eric: Yeah. So he knows where you are now. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: Got to get a feel for the guy. You moved over. Dwayne: Right. Eric: You moving again. Dwayne: Okay. You got me. Eric: Now, you want to turn and do what’s
called a box out. Dwayne: Oh, okay. Eric: The box out is when you move the player
back … Dwayne: Right. Eric: … from getting the ball. So the ball drops here, you can’t get it. Dwayne: But I want to go around him. So he’s boxing me out. I can’t … Eric: He’s boxing you out. Dwayne: I can’t … . Eric: You can’t move. You’re locked in. You’re in jail. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: You’re done. Dwayne: So he’s gonna box me in. Eric: So I’m gonna put the ball right here,
and I want you to try to get it. Dwayne: Okay. That, oh. Eric: See that? You’re boxed out. Dwayne: Oh, okay. Eric: Go get it. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: Go get it. You see that? You see you’re boxed out.That’s what happens. And then he gets the ball. You see that, Swoop? He made contact with you first, boxed you
out, go get the basketball. Dwayne: Positioning. Eric: Yeah. And then you always want to grab rebounds
with two hands. Dwayne: Two hands, right. Eric: You want to make sure you grab that
ball with two hands. Why? Dwayne: Securely. Eric: Because if you have it with one hand
somebody could smack it out. Dwayne: Oh. Eric: Two hands, harder to get it. Dwayne: Yeah. Eric: Makes sense. Doesn’t it? Dwayne: It is, man. You guys are helping me a lot, man. Eric: Yeah. You’re gonna become a better basketball player
yet, son. Dwayne: I hope so. I hope so. Eric: So those are the keys to rebounding. Make sure you box out first, make contact,
grab the ball with two hands. That’s how you become a better rebounder.
Dwayne ‘Swoop’ Simpson: Broadway. Eric ‘Broadway’ Jones: Yo. Dwayne: You know what, I told you once before,
I’m sick and tired of playing in the pink, all right? Eric: You’re sick or tired of everything. Dwayne: I am, I’m sick and tired, and tired
of being sick. Eric: You’re sick and tired of being sick
and tired? Dwayne: That’s right and now you know what? Eric: You’re sick. Dwayne: I’m not sick, but I’m tired and sick. Eric: Yeah. Dwayne: But you know, you know what, check
this out, I got the ball, every time I get the ball on the top of the key. All the time the guard comes to me, “Give
me the ball, big fellow”. Eric: Are you the guard? Dwayne: I want to be the point guard. Can you teach me how to be a better point
guard? Eric: You want to play the point? Dwayne: What wrong, you don’t think that I
can play the point? Eric: I can teach you, but we have a point
guard here. Dwayne: An expert? Eric: Yeah, an expert who can teach everybody
how to become a better player. Dwayne: Really? Where is he? Eric: The king. Dwayne: The king, oh, King Arthur. Eric: Yeah. Dwayne: You can show me how to be the point
guard? Eric: Yeah. So, Swoop, we’re not gonna talk about the
physical attributes of being a point guard. Dwayne: Right. Eric: Cause being a point guard really starts
from your neck up. Dwayne: OK. Eric: You want to play the point guard position
with your head. Dwayne: Oh. Eric: So first of all, we want to talk about
King Arther controlling the court. Dwayne: OK. Eric: And you don’t just control the court
with your mouth. Dwayne: Right. Eric: You control the court with your hands
a lot of the time. Dwayne: OK. Eric: So if King Arthur is dribbling the ball,
he’s got his head up and he’s pointed out where he wants his team mates to be, maintaining
the dribble at all times. Dwayne: Right. Eric: And also, he’s got a defender on him. Dwayne: Right. Eric: So we want to make sure they don’t steal
the ball. Dwayne: Oh, OK. Eric: That’s the first thing. Now, as he picks up the ball, there’s also
times in the game where you have guys that are a little emotional. Dwayne: Really? Eric: You got to be able to control the whole
game. Dwayne: I get emotional. Eric: Yeah. Dwayne: I do, I be like, no you don’t, give
me that ball back. And then, what happens then? Eric: King Arthur comes to you and he says,
“Don’t worry about it big fellow,” and gives you a little pat on the bottom, “It’ll be
alright.” Dwayne: Oh. Eric: That’s being a good point guard, thinking
from the neck up. Dwayne: Oh! Eric: And on the defensive end. Dwayne: Really. Eric: Everything starts with the point guard. Dwayne: Oh, how’s that? Eric: He wants to pressure the ball. A guy like you is trying to bring it up. Dwayne: The hooker. Eric: And the next thing you know, he’s all
up in you. Dwayne: Why is he all up in me? Eric: Yeah. Because he’s the point guard. Dwayne: Oh. Eric: And everything starts with the point
guard. Dwayne: I want to be a good point guard. Break it down to me again one more time. Eric: It’s all about leadership. Dwayne: Leadership. Eric: You want to set the offense. Dwayne: Set the offense. Eric: You want to be vocal. Dwayne: Be vocal. Eric: But we want to make sure we’re always
putting our team mates in the right position, offensively and defensively. Dwayne: Cool. Eric: That’s being a good point guard. Dwayne: Nice. Eric: With an expert, King Arthur, and a trainee. Dwayne: I’m on my way guys. It’s Swoop. Look up.
Dwayne ‘Swoop’ Simpson: Broadway? Eric ‘Broadway’ Jones: What’s up? Dwayne: It’s time for the faking. Eric: The faking? Dwayne: Now you know I’m a master fake artist,
right? Eric: You’re a juker. Dwayne: I’m a juke master. Eric: Yeah. Jukebox. Dwayne: Yeah, they used to call me the Jukebox
when I was playing forward back in the day. Eric: That was your nickname? Dwayne: Of course. Eric: It was Jukebox. Dwayne: The JB. Eric: The JB. Dwayne: The JB. The JB. I get the ball they didn’t know which way
I was going, left or right. Right. Let me show you something. I would come out, I … Eric: Yeah. Dwayne: … they ain’t know what’s going on
right here. Right here. I’m going this way. I shot fakes, and pass fakes together. Eric: Shot fakes, and pass fakes? Dwayne: Yeah, I mixed it together. Eric: So how do you explain that? Dwayne: Well, see, that’s a master level right
there. Eric: All right. Dwayne: You have to go down a little bit [indecipherable
00:46] . Not dealing with those kind of jukes … Eric: You just can’t … Dwayne: … you just can’t get that. Eric: That’s innate. Yeah, obviously. But we’re gonna let DP show us the proper
way … Dwayne: The expert. Eric: That’s why he’s here. The proper way how to shot fake, and pass
fake. Dwayne: Okay. Sounds good. Eric: So first we’re gonna go with the shot
fake. BP’s in the position where he could actually
take a shot. Dwayne: Right. Eric: And when you’re shooting the ball, you
got good shooting form, you got good feet. Dwayne: Oh. Eric: That’s balance right there. Dwayne: Okay. Okay. Eric: You got good knee bend. Then on the shot fake. The key here, Swoop, you want to show the
basketball … Dwayne: Right. Eric: … on the shot show the basketball,
but you don’t want to raise that boom-boom. Dwayne: Right. Eric: You want to keep the butt down. Dwayne: Right. Eric: Ball goes up, butt stays down. Dwayne: Okay Eric: That’s a good shot fake right there. Dwayne: Nice, nice, nice. Eric: So what happens is when you come here,
and shot fake it here if the defense react you can go by them. Dwayne: Oh. Eric: And you don’t have to up … Dwayne: Yep. Eric: … and come down. Dwayne: Yep. Eric: Maximize time and space. Dwayne: You got it. Eric: Now a good pass fake. You want to step with a pass fake. Step out, show the ball, and make the defender
believe that you’re gonna actually pass it, but you’re holding it. Dwayne: Oh. I thought it was coming to me. Eric: He faked you. Dwayne: He, oh, that’s a good one. Eric: Yeah, let me see. Dwayne: That’s good. Eric: Bam. You see that? Dwayne: Yeah. Eric: Pass fake. Dwayne: Okay. Okay. Eric: Try it with Swoop. Oh. Dwayne: How you get me with that? That’s good, man. Eric: Yeah, that’s a good pass fake. Dwayne: Okay. Eric: So there you have it with the broke
down. The shot fake, and the pass fake. So with the shot fake you want keep that butt
down, show the basketball. With the pass fake you want to step, but you
want to hold on to it and maintain your pivot foot. That’s the brake down of the shot fake, and
the pass fake.
Eric ‘Broadway’ Jones: All right, Swoop. Dwayne ‘Swoop’ Simpson: Yeah? Eric: We’re back. Dwayne: We’re here. Eric: We’re showing these people how to shoot
a free throw. You wanna be free. Dwayne: Yeah. Eric: Free… Dwayne: Fallin’. Eric: There you go. That’s how you wanna do it. Free throws … Dwayne: Free, oh. Eric: … free throws is all about repetition… Dwayne: Yes. Eric: … and technique. Dwayne: Yes. Eric: Two things you wanna remember with free
throws, repetition, technique. Say it with me. Dwayne: Repetition and technique, okay. Eric: Repetition, technique. You got it, you got it. Dwayne: All right. Eric: So you repeat the action over and over
… Dwayne: Uh-huh. Eric: … and practice the same technique. Dwayne: Now, around what percentage should
I be trying. I’m a 10 percent free throw shooter. All right? So that’s, that’s, is that pretty good for
me? Eric: No, no, no. You’re free throw shooting, because there’s
nobody guarding you on the free throw line … Dwayne: Really? Eric: … or the foul line. You wanna be somewhere between 85 and 90 percent. Dwayne: So that means I gotta make a lot of
shots? Eric: Absolutely. Dwayne: Oh. Well, maybe that’s not my … Eric: Can you handle that? Dwayne: I’ll work on it. I gotta practice. Eric: Yeah, well we’ll leave it to the expert. Dwayne: Yeah, yeah. Eric: That’s why we have DP here to show us
the proper way how to shoot a free throw. Now we’re here with DP the expert. Dwayne: OK. Eric: Now he has a motion where he takes three
dribbles, gets a good knee bend, but don’t do the other thing. Yeah, yeah, yeah. He gets a good knee bend, and gets a good
follow through. We’re gonna watch DB on his foul shooting
technique. That’s how you make a free throw right there. Dwayne: Good! Eric: Now notice the same motion. Three dribbles, then extend on the follow
through. That’s a good free throw. Dwayne: Yeah, that’s good. That’s nice. That’s nice. Eric: You like that? Dwayne: I like it. I’m looking. Eric: This is how you become a better free
throw shooter, Swoop. Dwayne: OK. Eric: This is what I’m trying to tell you
about. Dwayne: So you telling me that if I just calm
myself down … Eric: Yeah. Dwayne: … have proper technique. Eric: Technique. Dwayne: And what was the other word you said? Eric: I don’t remember. Dwayne: Me neither. [laughs] Eric: It doesn’t matter. Dwayne: First, I’m gonna go here, get my … Eric: Proper technique. Dwayne: I have get a routine like his though. Right? Eric: Yeah, you get a routine … Dwayne: OK. Eric: … technique. Yeah, yeah. Dwayne: I’m a on that. Eric: You only got 10 seconds. You only got 10 seconds. Dwayne: And then I just …. ERIC: D**n. Dwayne: Nice. Eric: Now you got it. Let me see that routine again. Dwayne: OK. OK. OK. Eric: Spin it out. You gotta make that sound, too? Dwayne: Yeah. Eric: Then, follow through. So that’s why you’re set for set. All right. Now, as you can see the right and the wrong
way to shoot a free throw. If you have the proper technique, and then
you use repetition, good follow through, good form, you can become a better free throw shooter.
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– Okay, so it’s the opening
day for the Washington Nationals which is Jack’s favorite
baseball team and he left jerseys out
for Maddie and I to wear because apparently now
it’s our favorite baseball team as well
according to him. – Now I’m Jack.
– (Jack) Wow. It’s like I’m looking
right in a mirror. That’s amazing.
Say, “Go Nats, baby.” – Now I’m Jack.
– (Jack) There you go. – Go Nats, baby.
– Oh my God, it’s like Twilight Zone.
The Natitude on the C Team couldn’t be higher right now.
It’s opening day. What a joyous day.
It’s opening day. Camera’s right in my face.
I feel weird. – Look how long this is
on me. I’m wearing a dress.
You’re tall. – Yeah, I am tall.
– (Eric) I hope the football game goes your way, buddy.
– Hey. – (Eric) What?
– I know you’re joking around but I also know that you
bleed red white and blue, Washington Nationals colors.
He’s a huge Yan Gomes guy. I hope this goes in the vlog, too,
just so I can get some people to be commenting be like,
“Love Yan Gomes.” Him and Kurt Suzuki
are gonna be splitting time behind the dish this year
and I’m just– I like having two young
fresh, not young, but two veteran fresh
catchers. I prefer–
– (Eric) Yeah, I have other stuff to do.
– (Jack) I prefer catchers by committee.
That’s my opinion. – (Eric) Okay, if you prefer
catchers by committee, I still don’t know
what you’re saying. – Lots of love– – So we have a busy day
of shoots going on here today. Upstairs, we actually have
WWE star Becky Lynch doing a Try Not To gauntlet,
so she’s doing a combination of Try Not To Laugh,
Try Not To Make a Sound, Try Not to Aw and a bunch
of other Try Not To’s all wrapped into one challenge
and then downstairs, Tori’s actually gonna be
covering a react-ception to Teens React To When
the Video Doesn’t Match the Song. Let’s go check those out. – It made a little bit
of a sound. – Oh, I can’t even do that?
I didn’t know that was part of the challenge.
I thought I wasn’t allowed to make the sound.
Like a, urgh. Okay, all right.
Okay, I’m back. – It is kind of impossible.
You wanna try it again? We have another one.
You can try it again. Also, I can pick it,
I guess. All right. – Frick.
You know how this thing, maybe you have to do
something– I don’t know. Damn you. – Those are hard?
– That one was the hardest. – I mean to be fair,
we did also just kind of screw you. So next up is arguably
our most adorable challenge. This is the Try Not to Aw
Challenge. – Aw.
– Already fails. – Ugh, aw.
– Get it out now. – Ah, oh, stop. – Lip counts.
Lip pout counts. You pouted your lip.
– Ah, ah. – Is that not the cutest
thing you’ve ever seen? – Freaking adorable. Oh, hello.
Hello. Oh, hello buddy.
– So, this is Meeka. – Meeka, hi.
Hi, Meeka. Don’t you wanna say hi
to the people? You are just gorgeous.
– So, I think it’s safe to say we got you with this one.
– Aw, I don’t even care. Can I just do the rest
of the show with Meeka? – What are we doing?
– (Eric) What’s that? – I don’t know.
What’s happening? – (Eric) I just wanted to film.
– Oh. – (Eric) Well, that’s [bleep] up. – Was he getting in?
– No, opposite. – (Eric) What, what?
– This is the most casual I’ve ever–
look at this. Look at this casual.
– Now that’s a vlogger. – But you know what?
He probably got the perfect angle, too. ♪ (choir) ♪ – And then he was like,
“Also, I get to nap.” – Yeah.
It’s comfortable, too. – (Eric) Right? – I walked in this morning
and I saw the jersey on Eric’s chair
and I was like, “Oh my God, that’s so sweet.
Is Jack giving Eric a jersey? Does Eric like baseball?
Is Eric a Nationals fan?” I didn’t know that.
I know Jack’s a big fan. and then I saw it
on my chair and I was like
“I think it’s opening day.” So he wants us to wear these
for good luck. Go Nats.
Go Nats. – Yeah, no.
Washington Nats aren’t where it’s at.
– You guys, I’m telling you. You have to be careful
if Jack comes in with saying stuff like that.
– We can take him. What’s the difference between
a Nationals fan and a baby?
– What? – The baby will stop whining
after a while. – So, next week we’re doing
a Master Debaters again? – Yeah.
– And then the following week, you had that idea for doing–
– The no dumb questions– or no stupid questions.
– You’re gonna be really good at that one.
Not the vlog. – It’s–
“Not the vlog.” Not you guys.
– (Eric) Wait, I have one stupid question.
– Yeah. – (Eric) Where are your
guys’ National Washington jerseys? – (Jack) Yeah, where’s your
Natitude? – (Eric) Why are you guys–
what are you doing? – (Jack) What’s your Natitude
at right now? – We got a bad Natitude.
– That Natitude? – Yeah, Washington Nationals?
– You need to improve your Natitude.
Ignite it. That’s our team slogan
this year is ignite your attitude.
That’s not the C Team slogan, well actually, now it is.
– Now it is. – Ignite your Natitude.
Yeah. – What’s the difference between
Gio Gonzales and professional bowler?
– I’m gonna try to think of the answer.
Well first of all, he’s not on the [bleep]
Nationals anymore, so you can’t break my heart.
He’s in the Brewers, you son of a bitch.
But what’s the difference? – A professional bowler knows
how to throw a strike. – Ha, thank God he’s not
on our team anymore. Suresday, happy suresday. – What’s the difference between
a baby and a Washington Nationals fan?
– I don’t know. – After a while,
the baby stops whining. – Ah, that’s good.
That’s good. [Bleep] you. – All right, this is dope.
This is good because we did a behind the scenes
for our channel on this and that got removed,
so everything we explained, we can basically say. – Cool, you guys can put on
those headphones and we’re just gonna
get into it. – Give it up for Troy.
– Love Troy. We’re also sorry. – It’s amazing to see that
what we created can give somebody that reaction
to be excited like that. – (Tori) You guys are gonna be
signing these two panels over here.
Whichever one. It’s gonna be here
forever, though, so you gotta choose wisely.
– Go for it. – Dang. – (Tori) Is the pressure?
– This is actually a really big moment.
Sorry I don’t match right now. I just got done shooting.
– (Tori) No, I feel that. – I’ma be ridiculous.
– (Tori) Oh hell yeah. – I was like, might as well
go big, right? Yeah, I was here.
Whoa. Is yours on here?
– (Tori) Perfect. I think mine is–
started there and then it’s somewhere
on Adults I think. Good job, guys.
– Thank you so much. – Yeah, thank you.
– I used to watch these things when I was in middle school,
high school and I just did a YouTubers React episode.
What just happened? My life is crazy. – Is there a way that we
could get a donation notification– – Guys, Meeka’s wearing
Matt’s jersey. By the way, I did say–
I go, what if he has one of those cool black jerseys?
– Yeah, dude. – ‘Cause I was saying,
I got my Nats fan here. Nobody has a bigger
Natitude than Eric. – Oh yeah?
– And definitely not after the vlog.
– He needed a source? – (Eric) How are you doing?
– Yo, the Mets logo is really hard to draw
off memory. – Yeah, it’s got–
– (Eric) Whoa, wow. I didn’t even notice this.
– Dude, I just tagged enemy territory.
Let’s go. Let’s go Mets.
1-0 Robinson Cano in the first inning.
– Here’s the deal though. You have no idea
what you just [bleep] started. – Dude, I don’t have
a whiteboard. I don’t know what you’re gonna do.
– You won the first– what am I gonna do?
I don’t even have a whiteboard to even draw on.
What am I gonna draw on? I don’t know.
We’re gonna figure it out. – Aw, aw, aw, aw.
Ah, ah, aw, stop. ♪ (funky outro) ♪