If you’re not the University of Kentucky or the Miami Heat, and you don’t have star players knocking on your door, what can you do?
Putting a system in place that allows you to plug in undervalued players is the key.
I spoke with Grantland’s Brett Koremenos, a fellow spread pick-and-roll connoisseur, about how teams can compete without having elite players.
He’s coached at several levels, including the ABA, and formerly wrote for NBA Playbook as well.
Watch the video below to hear:
- How teams can compete even without star players
- Who we think is one of the most underrated point guards in the league
- How to evaluate a point guard’s ability
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