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New Story: Brownell says rules changes will impact the game


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 9:08 AM
 

 
Brownell says rules changes will impact the game

Familiar won't be the name of the game for Clemson basketball next season as Brad Brownell's squad will practice at different places on campus and play its home games in Greenville. Add in some significant rules changes in place for the 2015-16 season, and there will be a different feel around college basketball in Clemson. Brad Brownell talks about the new rules changes and how he thinks they will affect the game. Full Story »



the shot clock could be cut in 1/2 and we still couldnt

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Posted: Jun 15, 2015 9:20 AM
 

break 85 points in a game

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Old rules didn't help us, might as well try these out

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Posted: Jun 15, 2015 9:44 AM
 

I just get the sense a lot of these things are based on what 5 or 6 coaches say should be. I am very surprised to not see no visiting team fans allowed in Dean Dome. I thought that was a shoe in.

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Does this mean we are going win more or lose

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Posted: Jun 15, 2015 9:51 AM
 

more, coach Brownlee?


His name is Brownell, and yes, we will win more games.


Posted: Jun 17, 2015 6:51 PM
 

Have a good day sir.


Yes !!!


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 9:56 AM
 

The "Grand Strategery" should be to put as many shots on goal as possible during the game ... now, if your a poor shooting team, this is very important. Given that a small percentage of your shots go in the basket, you want to give yourself as many chances as possible to put the ball in the basket ... its a math thing ...

This is counter to the "limit possession" philosophy which I always thought was bizarre and equivalent to "trickle down economics", it made mo sense ....

NOW, you DO want a really good defense ... you want to PREVENT the other team from putting the ball in the basket ...

I have run an analysis .... generally speaking, if you put the ball in the basket more often then the other team, more often then not, you WIN !

Of course, we get into the nuances of 3 pt shots vs 2 point shots, etc ... but as a general rule, the team that puts the ball in the basket more often generally wins ... do this, and be glad

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Re: Yes !!!


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 10:22 AM
 

I myself have done the research. Like the often quoted media would say," you're gonna have to just out score them." After reviewing several games this past season, I noticed the trend that 60 plus % of the teams that put the ball in the basket more than the other team won the game. It's hard to look over those statistics. Go forth my beloved Tigers and put the ball in the basket more than all of your opponents and we too can win 60 plus percent of our games.


except that a majority of the shots that do not go in


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 10:40 AM
 

lead to the other team having the ball. So if they shoot more efficiently the higher the possessions and the higher the shots taken, the higher the point differential at the end of the game. If, however, you have a good defensive team that can steal and rebound at a slightly higher efficiency than the other team, you have a greater chance at evening out the score and possibly winning if you keep the possessions lower. Does that help - it's not too complicated...


You need to study more


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 11:18 AM
 

And it will make sense


I am also a firm believer in the concept of ....


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 12:48 PM
 

following your shot. Now, I have observed that many of the lads heave the ball towards the basket, and then stand and pray that it goes in. Analysis has shown that if one pursues the trajectory of the spheroid towards the basket, you will have the advantage of position of perhaps capturing the basket off its "rebound" ... and have yet another chance of perhaps putting the ball in the basket OR, the option of capturing the "ball" and perhaps "passing" the ball to a teammate in a more optimal position.

Of course, you always want a fleet footed fellow student-athlete playing "safety", in case an errant bounce puts the ball in your opponents possession, and you want to disrupt a potential "fast break".

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Posted: Jun 17, 2015 6:49 PM
 

do realize that 4 of the 6 nba final games the team that shot more ended up losing

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Re: Yes !!!

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Posted: Jun 17, 2015 6:50 PM
 

You are so dumb you are really dumb for real.

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they're spose to***


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 10:19 AM
 



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horrble, college Bb wasn't broke


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 11:16 AM
 

The NBA is what's broke. So let's make college more like the NBA.


Re: New Story: Brownell says rules changes will impact the game


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 12:44 PM
 

The main problem with college bb is the lack of basic bb skills of ball handling, passing and shooting. A lot of teams have great athletes who couldn't throw it in the ocean and often turn it over which is worst. Seems like it gets worst every year or maybe it has always been bad but is more exposed because every game is on TV somewhere. Also, block/charge calls on secondary defenders makes the game hard to watch.


now you are on the right track

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Posted: Jun 15, 2015 1:11 PM
 

Really listen to college coaches speak and they talk of the horrible fundamentals coming in to programs. Some of it is HS coaching or the lack there of, but the emergence of AAU and the free lance style that prevails there is the bigger culprit. It's run and gun with the emphasis on the individual instead of the team. Brownell has also said for years the defensive rules that allow grabbing on the perimeter and get in the way of real motion also hurts the game. A thirty second shot clock just means more forced shots until some of these other things are addressed


Just a few more rule changes and NCAAB could be...


Posted: Jun 15, 2015 12:55 PM
 

...almost as entertaining as the NBA :)

Frequent fouls, dominating defenses, and good fundamentals does not produce entertaining basketball (for example - Ladies BB). What makes the NBA awesome is the offenses. High flying dunks, good ball control and 3-point shooting.

This is one reason why Clemson BB is a little frustrating for me to watch. As a casual fan, it is just not entertaining.


Waah, Waah. Waah.

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Posted: Jun 15, 2015 2:39 PM
 

"I want to be entertained. I want things to be like I want them so that they can entertain me."

Sorry you are not entertained enough to be a supporter of Clemson basketball. Perhaps, playing video games or going to the movies or many other self-focused entertaining pursuits might tickle your fancy more.


Re: Waah, Waah. Waah.


Posted: Jun 17, 2015 11:31 PM
 

You are making a lot of assumptions there. None of which are correct!


Re: New Story: Brownell says rules changes will impact the game


Posted: Jun 17, 2015 8:40 AM
 

He said that it will be difficult for teams to run set offenses. Not every team takes 5 years to score Brownell.


Re: New Story: Brownell says rules changes will impact the game


Posted: Jun 17, 2015 9:47 AM
 

Yes because those teams don't run "sets." Still doesn't change the fact that your time to run a set is reduced and is much more difficult. Educate yourself.


Re: New Story: Brownell says rules changes will impact the game


Posted: Jun 17, 2015 9:53 AM
 

I understand the "sets" but it just seems like half the time Clemson just goes through the motions.


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Posted: Jun 17, 2015 10:42 AM
 

Maybe you need players to take the open shot when it presents itself or when guys are in position to get the rebound. Dribbling doesn't score points, but it does often cause turnovers. We often have twenty turnovers a game, but if we shot the ball it could go in or we might get a rebound for another shot. That's potentially 40 points a game. Enough to win a few more games anyway.

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Re: New Story: Brownell says rules changes will impact the game


Posted: Jun 17, 2015 1:08 PM
 

Rules were pushed by the one and done teams and those that recruit the top players. Basically penalizes good defensive teams, except on the 10 second to get it across. All it does it create more one on one basketball. Kentuckys, Dukes of the world get what helps them.


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Posted: Jun 17, 2015 3:03 PM
 

Nobody wants to see a player dribble for ten seconds without running a play if the defense sits back, but the ten second rule is a bad rule in my opinion. Good defense doesn't get rewarded, a poor decision.

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