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Old Sun Jan 19, 2020, 07:18pm
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Originally Posted by LRZ View Post
I think your recollection is accurate, BillyMac. In those days, we always "worked right," I think we called it: ie, as we faced the basket, with the play ahead of us, we were on the left side of the court, with the action ahead and to our right. If we had to be on the other side of the court, for a TI, perhaps, the mechanic was for the T to swing back over to the left side when he/she could, and then the L would rotate in tandem.

The board/association I currently work for in Virginia still uses this old school mechanic for 2-person. They even still call it Cadillac. Id bet were as rare as a multiple foul in that regard.

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