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Old 07-03-2013, 11:47 AM   #3
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Default Re: Full court or Half court?

Yeah, I think the biggest thing with full court is that it can lapse into a really lazy/sloppy game very easily. People only playing one side of the game, people constantly leaking out for cheap baskets, poor rebounding, lots of standing, etc.

Half court tends to get people more active offensively and defensively. People make better cuts, set screens, drive and kick, etc in a half court game because they don't feel the need to conserve some energy just for getting up and down.
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