Tag Archives: skill

College basketball sucks

The sentiment amongst the media, fans, and even coaches during this men’s college basketball season has been that the level of play has been sub-standard. In Thursday’s USA Today, Steve Kerr said, “The quality of play is down” in an … Continue reading

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Abilities, Skills, and Media Experts

After I wrote “Athleticism, Movement, and Skill,” a friend forwarded an article from ESPN that attempted to determine the degree of difficulty in every sport. I could not ignore the ineptitude of the article without a comment. 

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Maya Moore is the Most Skilled Player in College Basketball.

Since the 2010 UConn vs Stanford National Championship game, I have read many numerous silly posts, so I finally had to write something. While many writers found the game as justification to ignore women’s basketball completely, I have argued the … Continue reading

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