KIRKLAND, Wash. — A new facility in Kirkland offers high-tech training for basketball players of all levels.
employs interactive technology to help athletes perfect ball handling, passing and shooting.
“A lot of kids love playing video games. Why not be active doing it?” said owner Rodney Stuckey.
The Kent native was a standout on the high school court, helping lead his Kentwood team to the 2004 state championships.
After college, he became the 15th overall pick in the draft and played in the NBA for ten years.
He believes Shoot 360 is the future of training for
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