By now, you should be familiar with new Kentucky guard BJ Boston and his elite knack for scoring.
After dominating the competition as a senior at Sierra Canyon, earning countless prestigious postseason accolades, and finishing the year as a top-five prospect in the nation, the 6-foot-7 prospect has documented his offseason training in preparation for his time in Lexington this season.
Whether it be open runs against college and professional talent, training sessions with NBA veterans, or late-night shooting sessions, Boston is always in the gym.
After posting numerous quick clips of his time working out at the Joe Craft Center since arriving in Lexington back in June, Boston’s most recent update is undoubtedly the best.
Monday afternoon, the five-star guard posted a video of him overwhelming Kentucky’s shooting machine, putting up 1000 made shots in a single session.
“1000 made shots a day keeps the broke shots away,” Boston said, adding a clip of the shooting machine stopping at 999 makes.
More impressively, he did it on 73 percent shooting.
Take a look:
BJ Boston on his Instagram page: “1000 made shots a day keeps the broke shots away.”
The Kentucky guard is making more shots than the machine at the Joe Craft Center can even register. Stops at 999 makes. pic.twitter.com/x5pjGarKQ8
— Jack Pilgrim (@JackPilgrimKSR) July 14, 2020