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Recruiting Lessons From Pat Riley

You Can Never Have Enough Talent, says Pat Riley by David Smooke The National Basketball Association is a league of talentism. The NBA playoffs began this weekend with the shorthanded Chicago Bulls suffering a 17 point defeat – in a … Continue reading

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Recruiting The Syracuse Way

The Syracuse model affects recruiting By Doug Gottlieb Jim Boeheim and staff didn’t even have a top-25 class in 2009, but in 2010, they were a No. 1 seed. Right now, in the office of every college basketball head coach … Continue reading

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What coaches look for during the recruiting process.

Jay Wright, Villanova Head Coach A passion for winning is very important, and I like to see players with a good, positive attitude regardless if they are winning or losing. A player’s approach and attitude towards the game is vital. … Continue reading

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Bear Bryant On Recruiting

“If you remember anything else from me, remember this – it really doesn’t cost anything to be nice, and the rewards can be unimaginable.” Bear Bryant Bear Bryant Recruiting Story

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Recruiting: It’s all about the right fit

“Talent alone is not enough, he used to say. They used to tell me you have to use your five best players, but I’ve found that you win with the five who fit together best.” Red Auerbach

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