Invade the paint! Watch the Florida point guard actively and purposefully get in the middle of the paint then makes passes to his teammates.
He doesn't just lower his head and try to ram it down the defense.
His eyes are up. His handle is powerful. He is always searching for teammates who are open.
It's true - sharing is caring! Point guards, ballhandlers, or playmakers are fun to play with because you know they will work to find teammates when open.
Invade the paint! Share the ball! Enjoy the game!
College basketball is back!
What a great opportunity to learn set plays, clock management, inbounds, time and score, substitutions, and skills too.
Grayson Allen used 11 dribbles to score 37 points last night.
8 points of the 37 came from the FT line.
He had possessions with no dribbles, 1 dribble, or 2 dribbles. That tells me two things:
#1 Efficient use of the dribble
#2 Moved without the ball in his hand.
The ability to score at all three levels is important and something that players can develop with purposeful practice and training.
Level #1 - At the rim
Level #2 - Midrange - Jump Shots off 1 or 2 dribbles
Level #3 - 3 Pointers
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