Winning Basketball Means Thinking Less and Playing More Instinctually

Bob Jones University assistant coach Tony Miller shares how the Bruins use Hudl to key in on players’ decision-making.

Winning Basketball Means Thinking Less and Playing More Instinctually

Bob Jones University assistant coach Tony Miller shares how the Bruins use Hudl to key in on players’ decision-making.

The four factors have been around for decades, but teams can’t overlook the importance of these data points in today’s game. For Tony Miller and the Bob Jones University coaching staff — who use the modern pace-and-space” offense — winning basketball starts by securing an edge in three out of the four statistical categories.

Decision-making is paramount to winning. Miller makes turnovers the focal point of film review to educate players on making quicker, more accurate reads. By starting with data before looking at film, Miller says he can hone in on areas of improvement faster, and build more effective practice plans.