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RE: STR - Joe Esposito retweet from a Geno Auriemma presser
(03-21-2017 02:51 PM)HoopDreams Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 02:50 PM)midtowncowboy Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 11:01 AM)Claw Wrote:  Every coach's methods work with certain types of players. Geno's genius is figuring out what he needs and sticking with it.

Not to mention he gets the best players. Amazing how the 'great' ones always have that going for them.

Yep, but I think it's a little of both sides.

I think the great ones get that way because of their tenets and principles.

After they get the best players.
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RE: STR - Joe Esposito retweet from a Geno Auriemma presser
(03-21-2017 02:54 PM)midtowncowboy Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 02:51 PM)HoopDreams Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 02:50 PM)midtowncowboy Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 11:01 AM)Claw Wrote:  Every coach's methods work with certain types of players. Geno's genius is figuring out what he needs and sticking with it.

Not to mention he gets the best players. Amazing how the 'great' ones always have that going for them.

Yep, but I think it's a little of both sides.

I think the great ones get that way because of their tenets and principles.

After they get the best players.

Sure. Whatever makes you feel better.

John Calipari won 30 games and made a S16 at UMass before Marcus Camby ever stepped on campus. Doubt he's ever changed his attitude much.

Gregg Marshall has been doing the same thing from Winthrop to Wichita.

We've also seen coaches with not such strong beliefs/ideas run talent into a ditch like Dale Brown at LSU with Shaq and Stanley Roberts and Chris Jackson.

Etc.

Like I said, it's probably a little of both sides.
03-21-2017 02:57 PM
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RE: STR - Joe Esposito retweet from a Geno Auriemma presser
(03-21-2017 02:57 PM)HoopDreams Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 02:54 PM)midtowncowboy Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 02:51 PM)HoopDreams Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 02:50 PM)midtowncowboy Wrote:  
(03-21-2017 11:01 AM)Claw Wrote:  Every coach's methods work with certain types of players. Geno's genius is figuring out what he needs and sticking with it.

Not to mention he gets the best players. Amazing how the 'great' ones always have that going for them.

Yep, but I think it's a little of both sides.

I think the great ones get that way because of their tenets and principles.

After they get the best players.

Sure. Whatever makes you feel better.

John Calipari won 30 games and made a S16 at UMass before Marcus Camby ever stepped on campus. Doubt he's ever changed his attitude much.

Gregg Marshall has been doing the same thing from Winthrop to Wichita.

We've also seen coaches with not such strong beliefs/ideas run talent into a ditch like Dale Brown at LSU with Shaq and Stanley Roberts and Chris Jackson.

Etc.

Like I said, it's probably a little of both sides.

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03-21-2017 03:22 PM
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