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Date Posted: Monday, August 16, 05:52:18pm
Author: TMH
Subject: I agrre CLK, in order for this team to truly be successful, they need to control the tempo and the most likely way to do it is with a helter-skelter environment however....
In reply to: CLK 's message, "Built For Speed" on Monday, August 16, 08:20:48am

I think at this point I would support a 1040-A or 1040 EZ for spurts of 5-6 minutes. I would prefer it not be always at the start of games. It is usually most successful when the opposition is not ready for it. Try it at the half sometimes or coming out of the break.
It's imperative that we run a far more effective full court press. Our guards will be more talented and deeper. TJ has been in a similar system for years. It will minimize our lack of height and maximize our trewasure trove of speed.

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