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Friday, February 06, 2009

The Gonzaga Game

In an article in the Spokesman-Review, Jim Meehan describes the Gonzaga-Portland game,

in which Gonzago shut down the Portland perimeter players with a perimeter-conscious zone in the second half.

Gonzaga coach Mark Few commented:

"We switched our zone up a little bit, got our feet under us, got some stops and got our break going...., It was one of our zones that does a way better job on the perimeter, and we made some adjustments that allowed us to cheat out on their shooters....."

Let us hope that the Tigers can pick that zone apart tomorrow.


MinerGut said...

Memphis Blues

Sandwiched between Stockton and Chicago is Memphis, Tenn. The home of FedEx (nyse: FDX - news - people ) has an incredibly high rate of violent crimes, with only Detroit faring worse. The 1,218 violent crimes per 100,000 residents is more than twice the rate in the New York City metro area. The city's sales tax and rate of government employees committing crimes also fall within the 10 highest in the U.S. Pro sports has been a mess in Memphis in recent years as well. The city's lone major franchise, the Memphis Grizzlies, has lost 74% of its games during the past three years, the worst in the NBA.

Anonymous said...

Win a trip to NYC. Play the SIRIUS XM March Melee bracket game.