Reading (the defense) is fundamental
Pete Carril's last win as the coach at Princeton, a stunning upset over UCLA in the first round of the 1996 NCAA Tournament, will always be remembered for its final play: the "trademark" back-door layup.
Although the Yoda of college basketball has spent the last six years in relative obscurity as an assistant coach and consultant for the Sacremento Kings, his legacy continues to live on in the college and NBA game. Just look at teams like Princeton, North Carolina State, Northwestern, Air ...
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