What some of these guys don’t realize is the analytics’ game is boring to watch: slam dunks and corner three’s, side pick and rolls and  high pick and rolls.  It’s a shame, the analytics have begun to takeover what used to be an awfully entertaining game called

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Edwin A. (Scotty) McDonald, Jr. – the late, great basketball savant whose wisdom has been regularly referred to on this blog – is never far from my thoughts, and especially so these days, what with the 2014 college basketball season beginning. […]
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In 1966-1967, my first season as an NBA Coach (Assistant at Chicago) there were ten teams in the league.  Today 47 season later there are 30 teams in the NBA. 

 In 1966-67, a total of 125 players saw action in NBA games. […]

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