Originally Posted by Ash_Smith
Good stuff! Although I'm pretty sure you've snuck more than 5 in there!
Thanks Ash. I wasn't quite sure at what level you were trying to take this to,
but I'm really liking the break down I use for 1, 2, & 3 for giving the player an
idea on where they are and where they need to be. You can always improve on
the various things inside the three groups, but until you are solid at each group,
you are not a complete player.
You can also evaluate your play day to day with those first 3 groups.
Example- a player may say today they rallied well (#1) with the opponent, but
could not execute well enough on the mid ct opportunities (#2) to win or earn the
chance to get looks to finish (#3).
Or another player may have rallied well (#1) and attacked mid ct well (#2),
but struggled to finish despite some easy overhead and volley looks to putaway (#3).
Even with that evaluation, this second player may have eecked out a win.