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NBA Summer League: Video Break-down #10

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What a great play.

Monty Mccutchen has made a point of emphasis this year about non-basketball plays.  Expect more of this cleaned up in the NBA this upcoming year. 

Tough play by Kings #88.  Miscommunication on a busted play.  He was trying to throw a screen for the dribbler on a possible pick and roll.  Instead the dribbler shot the ball.

Your thoughts on what 

NBA Summer League: Video Break-down #8

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The offensive player does lead with the elbow on the play.  In order for this play to result in an offensive foul, there needs to be a contact on the defender.  I didn't see the contact, that lead with the elbow.

There are plays in which involve swinging elbows by the players with no contact drawn.  That would pertain to Rule 6, Section I-g-4.  

Your thoughts.

 

NBA Summer League: Video Break-down #9

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There is one class that was provided in college that was my favorite.  It may be called differently at various colleges.  It's the Biomechanics of Human Movement.  It's the ability to preliminary predict how the body will react when it's been touched, pushed, collides or move normally without any contact.

Excellent play to watch over again.  Defender's hands were definitely legal, as his hands were on top of the ball. 

Did the shooter's body colliding with the defender enough to disrupt a normal shooting motion?   

 

 

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