Corley Miller | Eight by Eight
May 2017 | 15-minute read
There was no doubt he knew the game. But he’d always known more about how to break a team’s shape than how to set it up. Perhaps he understood the sport in a way that couldn’t be reduced to whiteboard talks and little shapes of cones—if what great players did could be explained, they wouldn’t need to play. The easier the greatness came — one feared — the less he’d be able to communicate it.