After a difficult 9-22 season, the Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball team must aim at a .500 or better season. Here are three steps to make it happen
The Washington Huskies Men’s Basketball Team had a rough season. The team couldn’t find wins, particularly later in the season when the team suffered a 13 game losing streak. After the season ended, the Washington Huskies felt the season dictated a new direction. And so, new leadership was brought by the name of former Syracuse long-time assistant Mike Hopkins.
On one hand, Hopkins hasn’t wasted time in developing a new culture, with new training techniques. In summary, he introduced the team to the boxing ring as an innovative cross training exercise. Finally, he must now chart a path to 16 wins this season. That won’t be easy. But change never is easy. Particularly when it means restoration of success. It will take effort. But not just raw exertion of energy. This team needs a plan, a path to get from point A to point B.
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And so, here are the three steps needed to do so this season:
Step One: Commit to small ball lineup
This emphasizes the current roster makeup.
Step Two: Improve Three Point Shot
Using perimeter attack to drive offense
Step Three: Upgrade Video to Full Basketball Analytics.
Incorporating latest analytics technology to improve coaching effectiveness.
Lets break down each step and discuss them in more detail.