Saturday, March 23, 2013

The gangs that couldn't shoot straight

Gordon Monson captures what PTW is feeling -- the shooting element of college basketball is dissolving into the accuracy of pee-wee hoops where kids strain just to release the ball, let alone get it above the rim. With trainers and coaches galore, why is this aspect diminishing into ugliness? It can't be just the uber-physical nature of play nowadays because there are still too many ugly outcomes on attempts from outside.

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