Posted by Thank you on December 22, 2016 at 01:28:05:
In Reply to: Re: Practice posted by Vegas on December 21, 2016 at 16:55:32:
: : : The formula for beating them is not hard: win the boards and don't turn the ball over.
: : : Figuring out the strategy behind beating them is not hard. The problem lies in getting five teenage kids to execute the plan. I really thought MD had the inside bodies so bored with them last night. That was definitely not the case. Add in a bunch of early turnovers and failure to execute in the open court, and you're going to lose.
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: : : Chino Hills wins games with their athleticism. They are a different type of athlete. While other teams are standing and flat footed and watching the basketball,Chino Hills is aggressively pursuing the ball. Got to give credit where credit is due. I still think they're beatable but you have to place a perfect game. It will be interesting to watch when MD has someone that can help on he boards next month.
: : It's hard to believe that at Chino Hills practices the Ball brothers workout and everyone else is doing something different. There's no way that's happening and the other players stay there.
: Yea. I always wonder how much they have to practice to play the way they do. All summer? Great shape great vision
Thought it was only me, but it's being recognized that their system is one of excitement, pace, conditioning, and corporation. It's wonderful and refreshing to see this type of ball. Pieces are definitely there, but there's no denying the work load by individuals and team.
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