The NCAA Tournament ended just a few days ago and the pain or exuberance, depending on your bracket picks, is still fresh. As I watched hours of college basketball, I was struck by something the most successful teams have in common: they don’t get distracted by all 67 other teams in the tournament or even all the teams in their bracket. If they tried to prepare for every potential opponent, they’d get nowhere fast. Instead, to increase their chances of moving to the next round, they focus on what’s high priority and prepare for the team they’re immediately up against. They study the film to understand who the scoring threat is, and the defensive threat. They also know their own strengths and weaknesses and adapt their game plan appropriately.
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