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Butterflies, JoS, buttterflies is what they gots.
For me…liver and a good Chianti. Kinda like how DT and Burl went together.
That is a winner, Redisgood.
To me, anyway, a kid comes to you predisposed with defensive desire, or ya might just as well go talk to the wall.
Yes, of course there are coachable Man D principles, as suggested by Va and Whiteshoes, communication in particular, but if a kid ain’t got the heart or feet for it…?
Luv ya too, Va, but like expectations of teaching a kid how to tackle when they arrive, so it is with man D.
I have no contrary evidence.
Chops…I luv ya man, but Gottfried and EVERYBODY else under the pretty much petty BS of the Harrick slam, were blackballed by the same folks that condoned Wooden’s “booster creativeness ”
And like I said. You can’t coach, or teach, Man to Man D to 18 yr olds.
Live by the sword or die.
Hey…For all the lambasting that Turner gets…he was 4-9 from the field. If one thinks that’s cringe worthy…check the other perimeter guys.
Yep. Perpetual motion breaks the zone. Rotation and cutters thru, break the zone. Wing/elbow dueces break zones.
Forcing dribble penetration does not. Doink.
The last of the really, really great college coaches are on the verge of retirement. The motivators will be few and far between, me thinks.
It’s a completely different dichotomy of coach to player, purpose to goal…only a handful of the younger ones will maintain a resemblance of consistancy.
Certainly PF. He absolutely outcoached K in the PNC last yr; and he did it to Williams in the ACCT, the year before, albeit in an unfortunate loss.
He can in game coach.
One thing to keep in mind, IMNSHO, if you happen to be a man to man guy, there’s only so many skill sets to coach. Man D is about big balls and communication. That is at player, on court level.
Zones are a matter of teaching. Traps and presses are a matter of teaching and repetition.
Personally, I’m with Patino and Boeheim. Zones and traps, and presses. They got some track records. No? Williams teaches an outstanding 1/2 court trap, I might add.
But, ya gotta remember, I was raised by the guy that concocted the “match-up” zone. I’m biased.
Oh we’ll see Hess alright, but not in Raleigh. To tell ya the truth, I don’t think Dorsey gets inside PNC either.
I’m not sure where Chops and Va are going with Gott’s history. It could have several connotations. Including the fact that he is a winner.
As for outcoaching K and Williams, as someone has reached for…he already has.
I thought Luckie and Kersey had an even game. Hull was quick to the whistle on the baseline, accounting for a number of act of shooting FTs.
This reflects the 24-15 margin in my book.
Honestly, there were stretchs that the Zebs looked like they were doing everything possible just to keep State in the game.
Officials are doing their best to keep. State in the game. Pack shooting will not comply.
More telling, perhaps, than the final 3.5 spread,, is that State opened as a 2.5 dog.
It will. be physical.
Rick…you sit at your end of the bar…I’ll sit on mine.
Great takes on the ebb and flow of the game. Knowledgeable, one might say.
Speaking of knowledgeable, someone found it necessary to point out that I attacked a few people’s intelligence, last night. No…I questioned their knowledge.
Big diff, especially if one quotes out of context, and uses said quote to personalize a criticism of one’s own.
Trust me. If I were to attack someone’s intelligence, you’d recognize it immediately.
I try to post as if we were watching events at the same Sports Bar. My takes would be no different pint to pint, face to face.
Now, you may enjoy my company, and I yours, or not. The difference is only in whether or not I’d care to buy you a beer, or you one for me. It works both ways. Just like opinions on refs 😉
I truly apologize for placing a response in a new thread.
Bill…Unlike the ref bash crowd, who always blow..
I mean, always blow my mind, and at the first inclination removes themselves from knowledge…
Yes. I might be able to out coach Haith. Doesn’t mean I’d beat him with a bunch of frosh and stuff just yet.
True enough. Not the same club with Lewis.
HOWEVER, it doesn’t mean the guys have to stick on the elbows and low post like storefront dummies.
Not wristcutty at all. Not when ya think about it.
‘Specially when ya put an Irish Catholic boy in the mix of wakes and holidays, and such.
I’ve done more funeral wakes in the past 2 months than any Holidays could possibly top.
Ernest T Bass…err Ross, also pulls the prodigal son routine.
After a rough road from Panther Creek of Cary, he has is act together. Not good, but sometimes things don’t go all that well.
I mean …” You can never go back home.” Right?12/28/2013 at 8:27 AM in reply to: “Thunder Dan” Will Continue Making Pack Players Stronger and Faster, Is Promoted #33478
Oh yeah…He’s entrenched in Annapolis.12/27/2013 at 10:05 PM in reply to: “Thunder Dan” Will Continue Making Pack Players Stronger and Faster, Is Promoted #33475
Buddy Green…Bring my old Roomie back
So…Is it my Sprint Mobile browser that is the root of the Android problem?
1. Frequent page freeze
2. Frequent refusal to go to next page.
Hey Tshow. You forgot about me. How come every change screws with my Android?
I’m getting about a 50% failure rate upon page load…locks up, no can scrollie.
Ideas other than a new phone to comply w/ the new face of SFN?12/22/2013 at 10:53 AM in reply to: The Wolfpack vs The Pirates (who don’t do anything) #34273
Barber is one serious dude. He plays with a switchblade in his socks.
I do believe there were 2 brilliant SFN members who called the shot.