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Thread: What do we Need to work on for March

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    Default What do we Need to work on for March

    We just won our toughest projected conference road game by a hair. what do we need to work on to ensure a deep March? The difference between making it and losing it is often just the final incremental 1 or 2% and everyone else is improving. A few I see are:

    1. Rebounding particularly those from missed three point shots.
    2. Better free throw shooting.
    3. Better strategy of inbounding the ball.
    4. Maintain 40 minutes of intensity.
    5. Playing against tall big bodied centers.
    6. Goooodd full court pressure.
    Last edited by Outraged; 01-13-2019 at 03:04 PM. Reason: To phonetically improve title.

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    Our thread titles?

    JK. You’ll need a mod to fix it I think. But seriously, there’s nothing in particular I can think of that they need to work on, they just need to stay hungry and keep improving. All the pieces are there.

    Edit: looks like you fixed the title
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    Able to fix by going advanced. Posting by phone has its limitations.

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    defense

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    de bench
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    Defense and Rebounding
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    - Tillie and geno melding into their roles, whatever they may be.
    - Tillie getting a bit stronger
    - geno, regaining his 40% 3 point shooting stroke

    - one more thing, rui and Brandon working on limiting offensive charge calls. they are improving, but I'd still make it a point of emphasis. Because the opposing coaches and players know they cannot defend their speed and their moves, so why not flop 2-3 times and hope to wipe out a basket or two, and pin a foul or two on our best players. it they can each slow it up, just a tick, see the set up coming......you get it.

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