Leading Indicator Three-point Success
January 24, 2005
CHAPEL HILL — Since the three-point shot became a part of college basketball in the 1980s, most coaches have been preaching to their players about the dangers of relying too heavily on long-range accuracy.
From North Carolina legend Dean Smith to UNC’s Roy Williams and most others in between, coaches have emphasized to their teams that many other aspects of the…
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