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Old Wed Oct 09, 2019, 11:56am
RefRich RefRich is offline
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Originally Posted by Raymond View Post
I've only ever heard the Cadillac position referred to in 3-man, and it's when the Center is opposite the table. I would hear veteran officials talk about trying to be in the Cadillac position for last second shots. Don't know the reasoning other than maybe than wanting the C to have last shot responsibilities.
I've heard it called Cadillac due to not having to run or move so much. If you're in a Cadillac, everyone else does all the work. This position was given to officials who would get burned on a fast break. If they got down the court a little late, the L and T covered the area being missed.
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