Check for Eye Dominance
Just as most people are either right-handed or left-handed — as opposed to being ambidextrous — most are also either right-eye dominant or left-eye dominant. If your dominant hand and eye are different, you’re “cross-dominant.” Rob Wood of TopEnd Sports offers an easy test (see Reference 1).
The Jury is Still Out on Cross-Dominance
While no scientific research or studies have addressed the issue of cross-dominance and basketball shooting, informal studies have been done by students. Some believe that cross-dominance improves shooting ability. Ambidexterity, a form of cross-dominance, affects NBA players such as Kobe Bryant and LeBron James.
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