Posted by Coach on January 26, 2018 at 12:02:45:
In Reply to: Re: How is this helping a player posted by Coach on January 26, 2018 at 10:17:59:
: : How does it help a player when coaches and schools provide incorrect stats or misleading stats. I know for a fact that there are players that have numbers that are not true. The player had a very bad shooting night and the coach puts in the shooting stats that shows her shooting percentage to be much better than what she really shot. Why do the coaches do that? Especially when there is game film of the player and it can be verified. Don't they understand that college coaches looks at a player both when they are playing well and when they are not playing well and wants to see how they react or interact with their teammates when they are playing well or playing bad. SMDH
: Recruiters aren't going to track stats if someone's already done it. By the time the recruiter realizes the stats are bogus, the girl has already gotten the exposure she needs.
There's always people out there looking to BS you. It is a shame, but just how the world is. One of my favorites that I noticed was a girl, who according to her stats, assisted on three of her own baskets in a game. She had 8 assists but her teammates only made 5 shots, she made the other 5.
Other popular ones are teams have 25 assists on 25 made baskets, despite having 25 offensive rebounds and 25 steals.
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