Praise

“Jimmy Lee was the best shooter from 15-feet I have ever seen.  If he got his shot, he made it.  Early, middle, or late in games – it did not matter when.  Jimmy had great fundamentals, he worked hard and he shot the ball with great confidence.  He was so consistent; if he missed a shot you thought it was an accident.  His thoughts and techniques can help anyone improve their free throw shooting.”
Jim Boeheim – Head Coach Syracuse University; Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, Class of 2005; 2008 Olympic Gold Medal Team USA; 2010 World Championship Gold Medal Team USA;  2010 Division I Coach of the Year

“Jim Lee and I were contemporaries at Syracuse.  He played in the games – I talked about them.  I remember him as a clutch shooter (in the 1975 NCAA Tournament,  his 18 footer with 3 seconds left upset North Carolina, and paved the way for Syracuse’s first trip to the Final Four).  Since Jimmy was pretty close to automatic from the foul line, just about every player, at every level, can benefit from his advice and proven approach.” 
Bob CostasNBC Sports

“Jim Lee’s book is a must read for players and coaches at all levels. His simple mechanical and mental approach to free throw shooting is a proven winner. With one instructional visit to our practice before a game we went from a 64% free throw shooting team to 78%. And we won the game. Jim has helped our team almost every year for the past decade.”
Pat Donnelly – Head Basketball Coach at Bishop Ludden HS in Syracuse, NY (1987-Present, 432 Wins and Counting); 1994 New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) State Champion; NYSPHSAA 2001 Final Four; 8 New York State Section III Championships; 12 League Championships

“Coaches and players of all levels can benefit from this book. Each group will be impressed by the importance of practice and shooting correctly. A system established by the best shooter I have had the pleasure to know.”
Jack Halloran  Retired Head Basketball Coach at Whitney Point HS, Whitney Point, NY (41 Years, 630 Wins); Inducted into the NYS Basketball Hall of Fame; Inducted into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) Hall of Fame; Inducted into the NYSPHSAA Hall of Fame

“The fundamentals of great free throw shooting are in complete alignment with the values of practice, repetition, goal setting, and mental calm that successful business people employ. Jim gets this and writes about it in an amazingly real and compelling way.”
Mike Perlis – President and CEO, Forbes Media

Fifteen Feet For Free will improve anyone’s free throw shooting, and guess what – if you play golf, it will improve your putting also. I once made 332 consecutive free throws thanks to Jim Lee’s instruction. His insights for establishing a consistent, reliable routine are exactly what PGA, LPGA and Champions Tour players work on regularly.”
Jim Roy  PGA and Champions Tour Player

“Whether you are a coach or a player, in grade school or college, Jim Lee’s Fifteen Feet For Free is a must read. Jim’s approach – along with tips from some of the greatest foul shooters ever – is simplistic and easy to understand. This book will help make you a confident, and therefore proficient, player when the pressure is on at the end of the game.”
Jim Satalin – National Director, Coaches vs. Cancer (1995-Present); Head Basketball Coach, Duquesne University (1982-89); Head Basketball Coach, St. Bonaventure University (1973-82); Inducted into the St. Bonaventure University Hall of Fame

Fifteen Feet For Free is an easy read for all ages.  It can be very helpful for kids just beginning their basketball days, and I can see a great benefit for more experienced players.  The fundamental instructions in this book can easily improve a player’s free throw percentage.”
Morgan Wootten 1,274 wins as Head Basketball Coach at DeMatha HS in Hyattsville, Maryland; Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame, Class of 2000; National Coach of the 20th Century; Four-time recipient of National Coach of the Year; Ten-time recipient of Coach of the Year in the Washington D.C. area

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