ICL: How to Watch (& understand) a Basketball Game
How to Watch (& understand) a Basketball Game
YHC and ICL are offering a one-hour class on how to watch and understand a college basketball game from 10:00 to 11:00 am on the following dates:
October 17, October 24, October 31 & November 7
If your complete understanding of basketball can be described as 10 players running back and forth on a court trying to throw a ball through a hoop, you are missing most of the game! In this hour-long class, Jeremy Currier, head coach of the Young Harris men’s basketball team explains the basics and nuances of the game. What are all of those lines on the court? Why do some fouls earn free throws and some don’t? Why are some shots worth more points than others? Enjoying the game begins with simply understanding it. Come hear Coach Currier make sense of it all.
Jeremy Currier begins his second season as head coach of the Young Harris College men’s basketball program. In his first year at the helm, Currier guided the Mountain Lions to a win improvement in both overall and conference marks. He introduced a new, faster-paced style of play, breaking 25 program records from the NCAA Division II era. Under his guidance, the Mountain Lions finished the season placed in the top 15 nationally in scoring offense, three-point field goals made per game, field goals made per game, total three-pointers made, free throws made and attempted, steals per game, total steals, and forced turnovers.
You do not have to be a member of ICL to attend and there is no registration fee. Donations to support the YHC Athletic Department will be accepted at the door.
Please contact ICL at 706.379.5194 or at email@example.com and leave a message with the date you wish to attend, your name, phone number and number of people in your party.