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They Call Me Coach - Chapters 19-21 Summary & Analysis

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It takes two years for Coach Wooden's practice change to really show an effect. Positive signs in the change started showing in the 1961-62 school year. That year he had a team he thought could successfully run the 2-2-1 zone press defense so he put it into action.

In chapter twenty, Coach Wooden's thoughts turn to whether the team can win a back-to-back championship title. He believed UCLA could. The team did win a second consecutive year.

Coach Wooden says he never wants his team to call the first time out in a game. He says his team will be in better condition than the opponent so they should call a time out for rest. He has, however, called the first time out when he felt it absolutely necessary to reinforce strategy. He also says that ninety percent of the time, a...

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