The basketball world isn’t catching up to the United States, skill development is still the best in America

The basketball world isn’t catching up to the United States, skill development is still the best in America

The rest of the world is making progress in developing basketball players, but no one’s catching up to the United States. All the evidence one needs of this is a routine night in the NBA.


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