Interesting read in these times of nothing to analyze…
That is an interesting take. I’m not sure that I would have thought of the comparison on my own, but there are some similarities. More along the results than the actual defenses and how how they function.
I thought the interesting take was on how 3 PT% was “random” but some how UVa still keeps percentages down despite allowing a lot of attempts.
I’m not fully sure how to interpret that. Which is why I purposely skipped over it. I don’t like leaving things up to chance, or the unexplained, and it made it feel like somehow UVa has had some reign of luck for the last 5 years. Wish they gave more credit to the fact the shots that UVa allows tend to be late in the clock and lower quality because they are the forced and not the “stepped into” so to speak.
again stole my point on this @BDragon. has LOT to do with the offense not getting “what they want”. Is interesting for sure