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Pistol Action

Plays YOU Can Use: Pistol Action & Counters

Plays YOU Can Use: Pistol Action & Counters

The Pistol Action has become a popular action for teams to run in transition. Depending on the team that you are watching, you might see different versions of the Pistol Action. This past season, we initiated our Pistol Action with a dribble hand off. Below are some key teaching points, as you introduce Pistol Action.

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,

March 17, 2017 - Greenville, SC, USA - North Carolina's Justin Jackson (44) signals a 3-pointer after hitting one against Texas Southern in the first half during the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday, March 17, 2017, at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, S.C. UNC advanced, 103-64. (Credit Image: � Chuck Liddy/TNS via ZUMA Wire)

South Region – Sweet 16 Preview

After all of the madness, we are down to the top four seeds in the South Region. This regional bracket was full of great moments in the first weekend despite all four favorites moving forward. Wichita State pushed Kentucky to the brink, Middle Tennessee stormed to take down Minnesota and Arkansas gave the Tar Heels

Malik Monk

NCAA Tournament – South Region #XsOs

The first weekend of the 2017 NCAA Tournament was full of fantastic games, thrilling finishes, and some great #XsOs. Although there have been great plays run by all teams involved in the tournament, I want to specifically focus on the South Region and some of the themes that I have seen from the teams in that

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