Players Don’t See The Same Game
The game looks different with the ball in your hands
The players don’t see the same game as us.
They don’t think about the game the same way as us.
They don’t observe the game with the same details that we do.
Somewhere along the line, coaches slipped into thinking our view was the correct one — the patterns we saw from the sideline, the opportunities we identified on film, the opposition analysis we concocted.
But it’s the players’ experience that is the sole source of truth.
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