Article: Dual point-guard attack paying off for KU
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Didn’t we play some of the combo of Frank and Devonte last year, including when we were playing BAD BALL?
I think the article was a bit naive to only credit having two small guards on the floor at the same time for the reason of all our offense. No doubt that having both of them on the floor and moving Wayne to the 3 has helped us. But… doesn’t some of the credit belong to our guys hitting treys? And we are seeing more offensive movement that helps open up treys.
I think I would give Self most of the credit for not going negative after we started hitting treys. Who knows… if he starts giving our guys some real emotional support for taking the 3s we may still improve even more!
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@drgnslayr It was a typical fluff piece w/o in depth analysis. I posted it because this was a big change by Self, who always seems to get blamed for being stubborn and inflexible. I would speculate having such good ball handlers penetrating the lane opens up our 3 point shooting when defenses collapse on our guards.