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Becoming Unguardable is NOT a selfish goal. When you become unguardable you can exploit and breakdown the defense, leading to a high percentage "PLAY" for your team. Notice I said "play" instead of shot. This is because many times after you blow by your defender, help comes and the pass is the high percentage play. Like Spiderman's uncle said, "With great power comes great responsibility." When you use these tips to make yourself unguardable, don't use your powers for evil. You are not Michael Jordan, you are not Kobe Bryant, you are not Dwayne Wade. Only a select few have the ability to take 35 shots a game without being considered selfish. Their supreme abilities (not to mention the referees favorable whistles) makes their style affective and makes them winners. This should not be your goal. Again, the correct play many times is a kickout, or a dump down for a lay-up/shot. That is how you defeat your opponents. You make more high percentage plays than they do.
What are the main things that i would need to learn to become unguardable??
It's not an easy task. It takes hard work, lots of it. I would master the "Dribbling Moves" section of the site. These are alot of the individual moves that allow you to break down the defense. Also developing a good outside shot is equally important, because without the threat of an outside game, it's that much more difficult to breakdown the defense.