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A few reactions:
1.) Absolutely agree that the Knicks were getting high-quality shots AKA open looks. An aside: this was a very nice article/video combo. I really enjoy the game tape for the average joe. You should continue to write articles and make videos of this type - it's unique and interesting.
2.) Back to my point: if you're consistently shooting yourself in the foot (har har), why wouldn't you change strategies? Sure, the Knicks' 3-point shooting style is usually successful... but as you said, "sometimes in basketball, a team doesn't make shots." The Knicks were clearly not making their long shots, and didn't even attempt to take easier ones.
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Great read. Your idea of changing the culture of basketball recruiting is interesting, but, as you mention, unlikely and difficult. What exactly do you have in mind?
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