Marquis Teague still struggles with decision-making on pick-and-roll plays

Marquis Teague - photo by Walter Cornett | of, in his spare time, decided to break down the turnover habits of four top point guards, one of which is .  He writes:  “A few things I believe to be true about the NCAA tournament: Point guards matter, and it's more important to have a steady one than a flashy one. Games get played even more in half-court settings, deflating the number of possessions. Because it's a single-elimination setting, the significance of every possession is amplified.  Turnovers matter.”


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