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March 26, 2017 - Memphis, TN, USA - North Carolina coach Roy Williams and his bench react after opening a lead over Kentucky during the first half of the NCAA Tournament South Regional final on Sunday, March 26, 2017 at FedExForum in Memphis, Tenn. (Credit Image: � Robert Willett/TNS via ZUMA Wire)

March Madness Roundup

March Madness Roundup

The NCAA Tournament is one the the best times of the year for basketball fans and coaches. This year was no different. March Madness was full of exciting games, upsets, and great X’s & O’s. Here are the Top 10 March Madness posts from Team.FastModelSports.com. 1 – South Carolina Pressure Man Defense by Randy Sherman Before

Landry Shamet

Late Game Situations: Need a 3

One year ago, Villanova made a buzzer beating three pointer to win the National Championship. In Saturday’s two Final Four games, both match-ups came down to a team needing a 3-pointer to tie the score. In this year’s tournament, we have seen the good, the bad, and the ugly of this late game situation. As coaches,

Trapped

Final Four – South Carolina Pressure Man Defense

With the help of suffocating Pressure Man Defense, the South Carolina Gamecocks have scratched and clawed their way to the program’s first-ever Final Four. Before delving into the X’s & O’s and the principles behind the South Carolina Gamecocks’ pressure man-to-man defense, let’s take a trip to the zoo. We will get into how Frank Martin

D.J. Wilson

Skills and Drills – Michigan 2 Guard Offense

Dr. Dish drills for Michigan’s 2-Guard Offense The versatility of the Michigan 2-Guard offense was on full display during the Big 10 and NCAA tournaments as the Wolverines made a march to the Sweet 16. The offense features numerous scoring options, and creates mismatches on both sides of the floor. These drills are designed as

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