Delving Deeper Into “Open Shots” Explains WVU Loss

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    Delving Deeper Into “Open Shots” Explains WVU Loss BOSTON — For much of the season, West Virginia’s coaching staff has bemoaned missed shots as the p
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    JAL

    The loss to kansas in the Big 12 championship game and the Sweet Sixteen loss to Villanova were basically the same game, keep it close the first 30 minutes then stop making shots toward the end of the game. WVU has several teams shoot better at threes against them than they shoot normally which tells me there is something lacking in the defense.

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    Harrison kind of contradicted himself by saying early on we had
    open shots but missed and later saying we don’t get easy shots.
    So we were getting mostly difficult shots. He said that was the
    case all year.
    That be hooves the question, “Why is that?”
    Is it the system, level of athleticism, shooting talent, team makeup
    and execution or other factors?
    In this article there were a lot of “ifs” that went Villanova’s way that
    have a simple answer, they have the aforementioned attributes
    that turn the “ifs” in their favor on a consistent basis!
    That’s why they’re 31-4!

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