that's unfortunate, but at least the interest is there on both sides
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|3 years 36 weeks ago||Very Explosive||
Looks like a very explosive athlete, but only once did the highlight clip show him going left, and even then, he pulled up for a jumper (which he did make). Develop a reliable left hand (dribbling and finishing around the rim) and he looks to be quite a pick up.
At the same time, though, that kind of explosiveness and leaping ability is not something you can teach and he just seems to be one of those guys that has it.
|4 years 8 weeks ago||Kinda, yeah||
I think it does make a difference, just not all the time. That sounds very contradictory.
Anyway, if you are the underdog, and you come out in the first 4-5 minutes of each half with a quick run, you basically have the favored team reeling and you can press your advantage the rest of the half. If you are a major underdog, coming out with a run really messes with the mind of the favored team, unless they are an experienced team. If you are the favored team, you can crush the spirit of the other relatively quickly, and never let them back in it.
The second half first 4-5 minutes is also very important, as it is when the adjustments at half time are applied. If they work, you stick with them, if not, then you go back to the original gameplan (which probably wasn't working well since you made adjustments) or you devise a new game plan in which you don't really have the necessary time to tell your players how to adjust.
|4 years 15 weeks ago||Speaking of comments||
This was a great comment,
Make sure the Freep doesn't hear about those football hours...