The scenario: your drive ends up right behind a tree. to the left of the tree is garbage, the right has a big open RHBH hyzer to the basket. you need to place your right foot behind the marker, and your left foot perpendicular to the basket and pull across your body, with your upper body at a 90 degree angle twisted at your waist. Sort of like this:
Left foot behind the marker, right foot out as far as is comfortable to get the line away from the crap on the left, and the body rotation starts at 90 degrees right of center instead of ending there on a regular throw (sort of).
I'm finding myself stuck with this shot a lot lately but can't seem to get 'rotation' past 90 degrees for a regular follow through and throw; the result is bad timing and usually a shot that releases early (too far left) or over-compensating and going too far right (or worse, tweaking my back trying to get a good shot).
Obviously a nice flick anhyzer is a good tool here, but i'm much more comfortable throwing a backhand hyzer. I just can't seem to get the throw right. tips?