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Game 16: Davidson College, Sunday, January 7th, NOON, NBCSN

Discussion in 'Basketball' started by Washingtonian, Jan 4, 2018.

  1. Patriot8

    Patriot8 Starter

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    Serious question.. at this point are you just trolling, or are you really this stupid?

    Comparing the freshman-sophomore point difference between Moore and Otis without factoring in the significant difference in MPG is either you being stupid, or doing it on purpose.
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  2. DJ5 SIZE

    DJ5 SIZE Walk-On

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    I agree. Why can't everyone just understand DP is not the savior? Another letter to Bard is necessary.

    Dear Bard,

    Look at the stats for Otees and Marquees freshman and sophmore year. Otees only improved a few points from freshmen to sophmore year whereas Moore improved a lot more under the Hewitt. Paulsen can not do anything when it comes to delevloling players. I want a coach known for delevloling players! You hear that! Delevloling players!

    Signed
    DJ3
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  3. GMU_DCU

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    At first he was just being stupid, he got called out for his stupid opinions and has now taken it to another level to claim it was all one big troll job.
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  4. Joe Shannon

    Joe Shannon All-Conference

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    Quentin Daniels All-American

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    Are you a real human? Or a Russian bot programmed to type dumb things?

    https://www.google.com/search?q=how to coach rebounding&oq=how to coach rebounding
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    Improve Basketball Rebounding: Drills, Tips, & Fundamentals
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    Technique will certainly help any rebounder, however rebounding is one area in basketball where you can excel with out technique. True greatness in rebounding, either as an individual or as a team lies in the emphasis and the value you place on it. Jim Calhoun, the great coach at the University of Connecticut, says you ...

    USA Basketball - How to Coach Better Rebounding
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    Carry the message through every minute of every practice and every game. One of the "Laws of Learning" is "primacy." The "Law of Primacy" says that whatever is most important is taught first. If you want rebounding to be an emphasis, teach it first and do your rebounding work early in practice.

    Rebounding Drills - Basketball For Coaches

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    Instructions: The drill begins with one offensive player and one defensive player on each of the high post elbows (4 players total). A coach or player will then shoot the basketball from the top of the key. Once the basketball is released, the players start working hard to establish best position for the rebound.

    How to coach and teach offensive basketball rebounding

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    How to Coach and Teach Offensive Basketball Rebounding that Wins Games. Height and good jumping ability have certain advantages in offensive rebounding. They are by no means the only factor in becoming a good rebounder. There are many instances, at all levels, that a seven foot center is out battled for a rebound, ...

    Basketball Rebounding, Coach's Clipboard Basketball Coaching and ...

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    Rebounding is one of the most important aspects of winning basketball games. Offensive reboundinggives your team extra chances, and free throw opportunities, and frustrates the defense. Defensiverebounding is a key part of good defense in general, limiting the offense to just one shot. A good thought is "one shot and ...

    Tips, Skills, and Drills: Rebounding - YouTube

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    With the help of Kenneth Faried and Greg Monroe, Coach Don Showalter demonstrates the fundamentals of ...


    Basketball Rebounding | Teaching Rebounding | Coaching Youth ...
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    Rebounding is a great skill. A really good rebounder is a specialist as much as the point guard is a passer and another may be the scorer. A team needs them all. How we get to the “spot” is what defines the rebounder.

    Rebounding in Youth Basketball : Youth Basketball Rebounding ...

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    Start the fast break! Learn what to do with the ball after a defensive rebound in this free youth basketball lesson ...

    Youth Basketball Rebounding Drills - YouTube
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    Click here to instantly download DVD "Close The Gate: Youth M2M Defensive System": https ...

    How Tom Izzo Turned Michigan State Into a Rebounding Factory «
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    Dec 1, 2014 - Some focus unremittingly on defense, like former Wisconsin and Washington State coachDick Bennett. Others, like Shaka Smart or Nolan Richardson, live and die by a frenetic pressing style. Pete Carril and his disciples love the solemn symphony of the Princeton offense. For Tom Izzo,rebounding — and ...
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  6. Quentin Daniels

    Quentin Daniels All-American

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    Nope. Always been that stupid.
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  7. DJ3

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    Spot on.
  8. Quentin Daniels

    Quentin Daniels All-American

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    At least he's admitted he's always been stupid.
  9. couchcoach

    couchcoach Sixth Man

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    so gay
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  10. masonjoe

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    Jenkins was a 5th year senior, Moore prepped an extra year at the same school Bryon Allen did. These were experienced players that we don't have anything close to the current roster. It's not an excuse but players don't get developed in two years.
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    Jesus, when CouchCoach is calling you "gay," DJ3, things are really getting out of hand.:cigar:
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