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Recreational level adult basketball players don’t practice (much). Those that do, get better. Those that don’t, well, they complain that they don’t have the time. I’m here to say they (you) do. You walk onto a court, right? It’s before everyone gets there (“how many we got? Seven”) or between games or after. It’s like […]
Author: Steve Bzomowski
Posted: October 23, 2018, 2:26 pm
I posted this on our Never Too Late Basketball Facebook Page yesterday and am still thinking about it, wondering if players and/or coaches have any thoughts or comments. Friday night, March 24, 2017, Madison Square Garden, Round of 16: the scenario was Wisconsin just took a two point lead on two very clutch free throws […]
Author: Steve Bzomowski
Posted: March 26, 2017, 5:49 pm
Please, never call out the name of the player you are passing to even if things have transpired in a way that you had not expected: meaning they aren’t looking and the pass that you have thrown is on its way. It’s embarrassing to do so. It means that you and he or she were […]
Author: Steve Bzomowski
Posted: March 23, 2017, 5:53 pm
Basket Interruptus is the Latin term for the shot that for all the world looks like it is going to be counted as two points, or three, but rattles an almost interminable number of times inside the rim and then pops out. So disappointing; so deflating. Since the beginning of time, I have been telling […]
Author: Steve Bzomowski
Posted: November 17, 2016, 3:42 pm

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