10/28/09Daily ChalkboardZak Boisvert
Four Keys to Scouting Your OpponentFour Keys to Scouting Your OpponentFour Keys to Scouting Your OpponentFour Keys to Scouting Your Opponent
-Pete Gillen, University of Virginia/Providence College/Xavier University
Read the point guard
-Do we have the advantage? If we do, how can wecapitalize on it? If not, how can we get him out of sync?-Cut off the head!
What do they do best?
-What can we do to limit that?-Don’t let them beat you with what they do best.
How can we score against them?
-What pace is most conducive to us winning? Play anup-tempo game? In the half court?
-How can we win the turnover battle?“I wouldn’t trade my 36 years in the coaching business foranything because of the great relationships I’ve built with thegame’s coaches.”