True teams are the ones that excel
Originally Published: December 14, 2004By Jay Bilas | Special to ESPN Insider
When I think about college basketball teams, present or past, I don't immediately conjure up numbers. It doesn't register in my melon how many points a team racks up per game, how many points or rebounds a player averages, or the percentage to which a defense holds opponents. When I think of a team, it gives me a feeling. It could be admiration, reverence, astonishment, disillusionment or frustration. When I watch a true team play though, I see magnificence. When five guys on the floor play as one, basketball is absolutely beautiful.
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