Some basics on basics.

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  1. Mogilny

    Mogilny All-Star Forum Donor

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    That was just me and my ignorance. Sorry, I meant "I love her posts"!
     
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    I didn't know he was a woman either.
     
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    I'm 98% certain Pass is a man.
     
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    Ditto. I'm also 98% certain that Max is a bot.
     
  5. Mogilny

    Mogilny All-Star Forum Donor

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    Now I'm 98% certain I'm confused.
     
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    I hate to quote myself, but this thread just keeps getting better. :pound:
     
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    I'm 99 and 44/100 percent sure that the Idea of Pass being a woman won't float.
     
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    I doubt she goes back and forth Rasc.
     
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    Where does this theory of yours come from?
     
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    She said it in a post, and now shes all mad because nobody understands her.
    I'll try breaking down one of her sentences.
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    You need a focus mind set.
    OK, I'm sure it's about basketball. I thought at first it was about basic programming because I mentioned it recently.
    It can and does step up levels according to the situation. Now, it is important to understand that levels are not only vertical, but horizontal.
    Like a biorhythm your mindset can peak-vertically. Horizontal is second to second game flow. And knowing what your opponent will do. So know your opponents game.
    No player will be successful at this level with a standard mode that does not understand the rhythm of certain game situations and how they react toward an internal forward movement. It is also important to expand this integral value toward its' opposite. What I mean by this is that you can be trained to recognize the reactions against your reaction. How does the opponent react toward or in what pattern from your direction? If a Stuckey or a Bynum drive hard toward the hoop, how does everything flow from this reaction? Recognition can be taught (via teaching), but application is understanding the flow of constant tipping points.
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    OK can I get some help ?
     
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    Pass, don't worry my siser, I have your back. Only a female could weave posts that are almost Shakespearean.
     

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