Split Cuts: The Newest NCAA Trend

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Teams are shooting more threes than ever in the NCAA this season. 35% of all shot attempts have been three-pointers, which would be a record at season’s end. We are also a full week into January and a team (Saint Mary’s) is still shooting over 47% (!!) from behind the arc.   In the NCAA… Read more »

Villanova’s (Not So?) Balanced Offense

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Villanova is comfortably a top 10 team in the country for the second season in a row. The Wildcats are 53-7 since the start of last season despite their supposed lack of a superstar. Watch any game the team has played in this season and you are sure to hear the announcers raving about the… Read more »

The Difference Between NCAA and NBA Offenses

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Nitpicking the number two ranked offense in the entire country feels wrong. Duke has scored over one point per possession in all but one game this season (UConn on a neutral floor). In yesterday’s loss at North Carolina State, Duke’s defense was the clear problem. NC State scored 1.24 points per possession. Duke didn’t light… Read more »

The Miami Offense: Breaking Down the Canes’ Improvement

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If you take a look at the top five offenses in the country by adjusted efficiency, you won’t be surprised to find four teams considered by many to be top national title contenders. Duke, Wisconsin, Kentucky, and Gonzaga all came into the season with high expectations and have lived up to them thus far. The… Read more »