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  • @BirminghamA

    RIP Melusi https://t.co/IqFKaFhmss

  • @BirminghamA

    Sport England announces they don't like zone defenses in basketball. https://t.co/aXs6vDTNsN

  • @BirminghamA

    Coaches must teach young players how to deconstruct zones defenses in order to raise the IQ of their players. No on… https://t.co/dV4tGo1erG

  • @BirminghamA

    @CoachOllie also you can't coach Zone without understanding man 2 man principles. No one questions Jim beohiem?

  • @BirminghamA

    @CoachOllie on the road with 5 or 6 players it is basically impossible to play man 2 man. As a team you simply don't have the fouls to give