I can't let basketball season go just yet ... Not until we know what we're looking at for next year. So, I thought of a good exercise for the die hard bball fans.
Can anyone tell how John Beilein's offense works. Is it something that is built year to year based on personnel or is he a "system man" that simply has devised a complex and effective offense. Clearly, its both. But it seems like he is more inclined to let the kids with great talent just play.
So, does he call a lot of sets during the game? And, if so how many would you say that he uses regularly? And, why is it so hard to figure out? Does he change them game to game and season to season?
I'm pretty convinced he can get an outside shooter open at will with his plays, but cold shooting often hurts our team's chances.
Between his offensive sets, and Levert and Albrechts creativity along with Zak and Derricks sharpshooting, we could be good next season.