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Old 01-02-2013, 05:47 AM   #19
suwanee4712
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Shriver loved to come in down the center of the court and deny angle, with her great reach and overhead, only the absolute best pass or lob worked. She also occasionally threw up a moonball and followed it in. Again she got enough time to get in good position no matter how far back she started, and with the high bounce, it could make things complicated for the passer. Just exceptionally clever, and always thinking of ways to use her more limited arsenal in new patterns to mix things up. She had a more solid volley than Jana, but Jana could make the glorious and touch volleys better.
Don Candy did a tremendous job with Pam. He was well respected as a coach. Chris admitted once that when she was mired in her losing streak to Martina she sought out his advice. Players and coaches spent so much time together back in those days and some never minded asking for or giving advice. Probably wasn't a big deal back in those days.
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