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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Content Tagged "Play of the Week"

Seven Seconds or Mess: Play of the Week 1/15/09

Kelly Dwyer writes: How people can keep underestimating David Lee, thinking that he’s a product of a lousy team, easy shots, porous defense, uninspired opponents, lefty fetishism, Chris Duhon, the Washington Wizards … it boggles the mind. 30 points, 10 rebounds, six assists, two steals, zero turnovers in 41:28; that’s a player. That’s someone that’s worth your time. It was true in 2005, it’s true today. The Wizards get really caught up here and leave the most important man unguarded.

Seven Seconds or Mess: Play of the Week 12/12/08

[The Play of the Week sponsored by Seven Seconds or Mess. Visit his site for more X's & O's goodness.] (Note: The gray defensive circles labeled 1-5 are position specific. A point guard is a 1, a center is a 5, etc.) I don’t think this is a set play, though it looks like one. Watch Duhon direct traffic.

Seven Seconds or Mess: Play of the Week 11/20/08

[The Play of the Week sponsored by Seven Seconds or Mess. Visit his site for more X's & O's goodness.] (Note: The gray defensive circles labeled 1-5 are position specific. A point guard is a 1, a center is a 5, etc.) Who’s going to protect the paint when the big men are sixteen feet away?

Seven Seconds or Mess: Play of the Week 11/13/08

[The Play of the Week sponsored by Seven Seconds or Mess. Visit their site for more X's & O's goodness.] Has it been a week already? Well, close enough. (Note: The gray defensive circles labeled 1-5 are position specific. A point guard is a 1, a center is a 5, etc.) As you can see, it’s not as “tricky” as last week’s play, but equally effective. This time the key isn’t in the design of the play. Instead, it’s how Chris Duhon reads Chandler’s defender.

Seven Seconds or Mess: Play of the Week 11/7/08

Hey guys, Gian here. If you’re not familiar with my work, please visit Seven Seconds or Mess. If you are familiar, enjoy the new segment. This is a podcast I’ll be posting each week exclusively on KnickerBlogger.Net. It breaks down what I consider to be the best play of each week. (Note: The gray defensive circles labeled 1-5 are position specific. A point guard is a 1, a center is a 5, etc.)