Comments on: The Share and Stop Doctrine http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/ The ESPN TrueHoop Utah Jazz Site Wed, 17 Sep 2014 07:04:08 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=4.0 By: Notes on Day 1 of Utah Jazz Summer League Practice | Salt City Hoops http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-94572 Wed, 09 Jul 2014 09:14:30 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-94572 […] evocative of Clint Johnson’s “Share and Stop Doctrine”, if you ask […]

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By: Paulabarret http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-68383 Sat, 17 May 2014 19:29:30 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-68383 Thank you for the good writeup. It in truth was once a enjoyment account it. Glance advanced to far added agreeable from you! However, how can we communicate?

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By: The Difference a Screen Makes Salt City Hoops http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-24368 Fri, 07 Mar 2014 18:50:28 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-24368 […] Interestingly, passing turnovers had an inverse relationship. Elite offensive teams had a worse average rank for passing miscues than the worst offensive teams. Moving the ball – even with occasional mistakes – is a prerequisite for being great offensively, which supports Clint Johnson’s share & stop doctrine. […]

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By: tc http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-24263 Thu, 06 Mar 2014 08:50:22 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-24263 Does the 3-point shooting effectiveness of the non-centers matter? Every championship team I can think of had some accurate 3-point shooters to spread the floor, except for possibly the Pistons (but Lambier’s accuracy at distance spread the court).

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By: Clint Johnson http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-22180 Tue, 11 Feb 2014 16:01:02 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-22180 Good questions. The point guard issue is as much or more a question of budgeting than of style, and Parker is a unique case. Very few All-NBA point guards, already multiple time all-stars in their prime, cost between 9 and 12 million a season. Combine that with what they’re paying Duncan and Leonard, and even Ginobili this season, and you have four players combining to average a better than 19 PER who cost only $32 million a season. The Miami big three make $57 million this season; the Thunder’s big three make $45. Settling on a functional point guard is a matter of economics, as it is almost impossible to get the necessary talent at other positions without investing the majority of your cap space there. When the Jazz get a sure-fire Hall of Fame center to earn all-world honors on less than $10 million a season, that changes the formula. But I wouldn’t count on it.

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By: cw http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-22134 Tue, 11 Feb 2014 01:57:56 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-22134 This was a good piece. It further quantifies what kind of teams win championships. If you are going to build a team (or are a gambler or a pretend GM) you need to know what actually works.

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By: cw http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-22132 Tue, 11 Feb 2014 01:55:45 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-22132 I think your are right about the types of superstars that win championships. And you’re right about the 94 ROckets. They didn’t have another all-NBA 2nd or 3rd teamer. I missed that. I will say that in Portland, they beat a team with even less all-NBA talent. Drexler was their only superstar and he was quite a bit below Hakeem.

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By: big_b http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-22095 Mon, 10 Feb 2014 17:14:18 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-22095 I think great teams are great at the SS too, but why is a point guard dominating the ball a problem?

Wouldn’t Tony Parker qualify as a ball dominating PG?

I understand in the ideal ‘share’ case, everybody could be handling the ball and thats less predictable, but PGs generate the most assists. What plays do you use to generate assists to be a top assist team without that PG? I would think you would want a PG to run a lot of Pick and Roll. (again, San Antonio is a good example ) Even if a PG starts the initial PnR play, it could easily end up with someone else generating the assist to someone for 3.

I think without a system or player that generates assists, you would need more players that can generate their own shot. Most champs have that too. Great passers generate assists, but when you really need it, you need to have that MJ, Kobe, Shaq, or Lebron. Maybe you could put Duncan posting up in that group too. In looking at all these champs in the past, did you take a look at the number of guys who could create good shots without the assist?

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By: AC http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-22093 Mon, 10 Feb 2014 16:44:49 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-22093 Good article – like your premise and well reasoned. Thanks!

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By: Clint Johnson http://saltcityhoops.com/the-share-and-stop-doctrine/#comment-22009 Sun, 09 Feb 2014 18:57:13 +0000 http://saltcityhoops.com/?p=10002#comment-22009 Sure thing. Thanks for the request.

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