I got quite a few keeper images from Saturday’s TCU/CSU basketball game at Daniel Meyer Coliseum. I was shooting from our seats in section C and the 13th row. Using Nikon D700 and a Nikkor AF-D 80-200mm f/2.8
There are several action sequences but watch J.R. Cadot clean-up his missed shot with a great rebound and put-back. Another where Thorn dishes a nice baseline pass to Cadot for an assist and finish by Cadot. Another series of one of many of Williams’ patented low post shots and an impressive slam by Green. I missed the focus on McKinney’s powerful slam in the first half but I show him about to go up strong. There is a sweet jumper from Thorn and a nice pass from Anderson.
The TCU Showgirls work hard too so we can’t forget them. Plus our granddaughters could care less about the basketball but they love the Showgirls.
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These images are from my first attempt to shoot basketball. I was shooting from my seats at TCU’s Daniel Meyer Coliseum. I was using a Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8 AF-D lens handheld with the Nikon D700. Lessons learned include using a faster shutter speed (used 1/500) and exposure compensation to make up for the poor lighting. If I had been real serious about getting true keepers I would have moved closer to floor level. On this day I was there to practice and learn something while enjoying a TCU win.
Kyan Anderson goes high for a finger roll against UT Pan Am.
A nice dunk serious by J.R. Cadot