Coaches, rules are reason why fast break is prevalent
I can't tell you how many times I've heard pundits, fans and critics of the game speak to the perceived lack of shooting ability throughout the league.
I've heard people say that NBA players are great athletes who don't know how to play basketball. But my personal favorite putdown is when guys say that for $5 million a year, they could make a wide-open jumper.
Yeah, right. And for $5 million, I could have written, produced, directed and starred in "The Passion of the Christ."
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