On the upper body standpoint the horizontal L position we obtained in the stride/separation mechanic must now work its way towards a vertical L position- NOT BY LIFTING THE BALL- rather by rotating the back hip (Rotational Force from Ground Force).
The ball must not wrap around the back of the head as this leads to slashing and inaccurate passes.
The front shoulder must stay closed. If it opens then your hips will slide forward without turning and you will lose all the power from your lower half.
Upon throwing the ball the throwing elbow leads to the target and your eyes are steady allowing you to take your hand to the target.
Your shoulders must be square as well and you are showing your chest to the target.
You want to take your hand to the shoulder of the target facing you and slice them in half diagonally as if you had a sword in your hand.
The most violent portion of your throw occurs here as your wrist fires and you pronate your wrist.
Take the money out of your left pocket and hold your finish.