I didn't read the whole article linked above but I think I've read it before - I think that one of the reasons Wahlberg created his offense that way is because with the proliferation of AAU a lot of the kids coming up are a lot better at penetrating as opposed to running a traditional offense. They may play 20-25 games with their high school team but they might play 60 a year with their AAU team which is all about individual skill development as opposed to team building.
I like it because whether people like it or not that is how our young players are being developed in this country and I think that you should always change to your personnel. I could be way off here and when it comes to me I'm more likely to be wrong than right, but I just think it made a lot of sense.
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