This is a great example of a time and score truth that I steadfastly believe in – if the guy who starts with the ball in a late clock situation isn’t the guy who shoots it, you will get a better look. Unselfish is very hard to guard, especially in late clock situations when everyone is so attracted to the ball.
Al Durham shows great composure and unselfishness, and Jared Bynum gets a clean look to win the game.
You can never practice time and score enough. Teaching your players to understand the clock and to be unselfish in these situations can get you better looks.