Aargh. Kennedy Klick to miss her first season: https://www.startribune.com/gophers...freshman-season-ending-knee-injury/600306203/
I called to get extra IO game tickets and the student rep told me they were selling a lot of extra tickets today.
Keep in mind that Coach P is famous for using positionless basketball. While she always has at least a couple guards on the floor, and usually at least one Big, she may have four shooting guards and a big. Or 2 point guards and a couple bigger Wings. It depends on what the other team is bringing and doing, and every girl needs to be able to switch and cover / defend every position.
Just my opinion but I think this is why the WNBA is struggling. It's not ecstatically pleasing to watch. I also think they need to add at least 5 seconds to the shot clock. Lots of terrible shots chucked up. As for positionless taking hold in college that's not happening to a big degree. I think it's mostly a semi positionless.OK, I'm trying to better understand. I read some articles about the superiority of positionless basketball. But true positionless? Or how far actually? It sounds like, it depends on your opposition and your players.
So I found these:
Positionless basketball taking hold in college:LAS VEGAS (AP) — Basketball coaches long ago developed numerical shorthand for positions on the floor to define players' roles and help diagram plays. The point guard is referred to as the 1, the shooting guard 2, small forward 3, power forward 4 and the center is the 5. Those numbers don't add...apnews.com
New CBA deal finally gets rid of positions on All-NBA teams:https://www.oklahoman.com/story/spo...ba-teams-shai-gilgeous-alexander/70081622007/
“It’s a positionless game,” Thunder coach Mark Daigneault said.