The professional american shooting guard Toddrick Gotcher answered the three-point shot specific interview.
What represents the three-point shot for you?
The three-point shot is definitely my goal to. I am very good at it. I think it opens the game up. It hurts the opponent when the three goes in.
Do you remember when and where did you made your first three-point shot?
My first one was definitely when I was small. You know, I was just throwing up the ball and hopefully it goes into the rim but the ball usually fall around. I was 6 or 7 when I hit my first three. From then, now I can make threes from a deep range.
What is a perfect three-point shot for you?
My perfect three-point shot is the corners. I love the corners and when the defender try to contest the shot, I shoot the three over top and make it. That is my perfect three.
As a professional basketball player, do you work every day on your three-point shot?
Oh yeah, every day, I am in the gym working on my three-point shot. I work on every day so I can perfect it.
What is the greatest or most important three-point shot that you had ever made?
The greatest three-point shot was actually a buzzer beater during my senior year in high school. I made a three pointer, I won the game with it. It was the best feeling ever.
What is your feeling when you score a three-point shot?
It feels good, it feels like my work is paying off. I try to shoot like Steph Curry and things like that. When it goes in, you get flashy and it feels great, it feels amazing.
What is your favorite move to celebrate a three-point shot made?
When I make a three, my mental is feed the horse. I think I am the horse and when I hit the three, I hit my thigh like feed the horse, like in a raise. I hit my thigh all the time.