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(02-12-2018 06:41 PM)Chipdip2 Wrote:  I prefer we go over the screen to stop the easy look, pass the dribble driver off to the bigs, and guard the perimeter. We have ten fouls to give between Lamont and Dugan. I’d rather trade twos than trade twos for threes.

Exactly. Either we have depth and experience at the post or we don't. If we don't, we have far deeper problems. Play to the strengths we felt we had going into the season and see what transpires.

At this level any team can hit the long ball 40-50% of the time if you give them an open look. The basket jumps backwards 20 feet when you're forced to shoot off your heels instead of the balls of your feet. Toss in a stare-fight and hands-up/don't shoot from 2 feet away and you're increasing the difficulty factor on that shot by leaps and bounds.

On offense we can always run the picket fence.

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(This post was last modified: 02-12-2018 09:52 PM by BroncoPhilly.)
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