ANSWER:Which AE women's player best on block post up skills?

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Re: ANSWER:Which AE women's player best on block post up ski

Postby UMaineSuperfan » Mon Apr 01, 2019 8:35 pm

ahhh yes, because everyone knows the innate post up skills of players depends on the status of their head coaches.

try, for once, to stay on task.
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Re: ANSWER:Which AE women's player best on block post up ski

Postby bcbc55 » Mon Apr 01, 2019 8:43 pm

UMaineSuperfan wrote:ahhh yes, because everyone knows the innate post up skills of players depends on the status of their head coaches.

try, for once, to stay on task.


UMSF: If a post player doesn't have average post up skills I would think a head coach and their staff at the D-1 level should be able to develop the players, but that doesn't happen a lot in either men's or women's D-1 college basketball including all the coaches in either the men's or women's coaches in the America East conference.

Most head and assistant coaches at either men's or women's D-1 basketball are former point guards or face the basket players, not former BIGS.

It is just like few coaches at any level work with their players to improve their individual shooting skills.

Just like few know what to use for proper player floor spacing to make the defenses pay a big price for doubling down to double team the post on the block which can get them open threes or open layups.

Here's a couple of questions for coaches at any level?

What is the toughest spot on the court to defend a shot? and why?

When is the only time a defender should not know where the ball is when guarding their offensive player with or without the ball.
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