Brad Miller Bowling Release in Slow Motion (PBA WSOB XI Edition)

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This is Brad Miller at the PBA World Series of Bowling XI (2020). These are a couple of his shots on the PBA Cheetah, PBA Chameleon, and match play qualifier of the PBA WSOB World Championship 2020.

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Brad Miller joined the PBA Tour in 2012 and although has no PBA Titles yet, he is one of the current contenders on the tour.

In 2019, Miller appeared on his first telecast and finished 2nd in Roth=Holman Doubles Championship with Kyle Sherman.

Brad has earned, to date, over $115,000 at the PBA Tour. Miller bowls for Storm Bowling.

Brad recently got 2nd Place on the PBA Chameleon Championship losing to Jason Belmonte on the title match after almost beating the ladder.

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14 Comments on “Brad Miller Bowling Release in Slow Motion (PBA WSOB XI Edition)”

    1. I used to prefer kyle but now I’m a full brad fan, I’m jealous of that knee bend and how well he posts now.

    2. They are both excellent bowlers in my opinion, but Brad has really improved in the last couple of years, so I’m going to go with Brad on this one (and to be honest, he is my favorite PBA pro). <3

    3. I love both but I have to say Kyle by a smidge. Although Brad is becoming quite a threat. He’s adapting very well

  1. In the first few shots in the video, Brad is solid at the line, great follow thru, and he posts at the finish… but later in the video you can see his upper body lift up as he releases and follows thru… and he doesn’t post at the finish… just something I noticed when he’s on his game and when he struggles… big Brad Miller fan… last year he rose to another level… I don’t know what happened to Kyle πŸ€“

  2. Brad and Kyle have the same basic & good technique. It’s just where both are trying to impart revs that takes their swing off line to the intended trajectory causing inconsistencies.
    Mike Fagan is a great example of imparting revs without being jerky. Belmo’s also an impressive and smooth one handed bowler that he doesn’t wish to use.
    Pete Weber is a model for consistency using a glove to ensure a repeatable clean release. I always love his balanced perpendicular semaphore signal finish and hold.

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