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Old Mon Dec 15, 2008, 12:50pm
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Originally Posted by Back In The Saddle View Post
Breaking down film can be painful. I got a game film from a recent pre-season game. I noticed that I was getting pretty wide on throw-ins. So the next game, I "fixed" that. And learned the hard way, why my natural tendency is to get so wide on throw-ins. Otherwise I miss stuff.

So I'm back to getting out wide on throw-ins, and life is good again. But this whole experiment leaves me with a question:

Why do we hand the ball to the thrower on the end line in front court? Is there some good reason that I just can't fathom?
Why do you want to get wide? If there is a quick pass into the middle of the lane there is a good chance that you will get blocked out and not have a good look...IMO.
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