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Episode 77: Frank Dehel, Underutilized Strategies that Increase Win Percentage
11th October 2019 • The Basketball Podcast • Chris Oliver
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Frank Dehel, Underutilized Strategies That Increase Win Percentage  Guest: Frank Dehel, Founder and CEO of DribbleHandoff   Frank Dehel is founder and CEO of DribbleHandoff, the analytical platform for coaches of all levels. Frank analyzes NCAA and NBA data to share underutilized strategies and develop unique metrics, including his much-acclaimed college basketball shot quality metric, ShotQ. Previously, he consulted for Duke University during their 2015 Championship run. He also worked as an analyst for Phil Martelli at St. Joseph’s University, using analytics to impact lineup construction, player development, and opponent scouting.   Places for people to reach me: Twitter: @DribbleHandoff   Breakdown 1:00 - How he come to the Analytics Business 2:00 - How He Arrived His Strategies and Data 5:00 - The Mid Range Shot is Dying 7:30 - Explaining the Midrange Concept to Coaches and Players 10:00 - Good Teams to Watch for this Strategy 11:00 - Learning The Value of the Corner 3's 13:00 - Using Data from Corner 3's and Taking Advantage of it 15:30 - Data on Moving vs Shooting in the Corner 3's 18:30 - Good teams to watch the exploitation of the Corner 3's 19:30 - Value of the Post Up 25:30 - The Post Up Zone 26:30 - Good Teams that are Valuing the Post Ups 27:30 - Pick and Roll at the NBA and College Level  30:00 - Uncontested Mid Range Shots 31:30 - Good Teams to Watch fro Ball Screen Coverages 32:20 - Switching and Drive and Kick Situation 36:00 - Improving Free Throw Percentage with Increased Repetitions 39:00 - Working on Isolated Free Throw Training 42:00 - Valuing Defensive Players and Practical Part of it for Coaches 46:00 - Valuing Shots in an Unfair Way 48:00 - Offense Hunt the Matchup on Defense 50:00 - Conclusion   Frank Dehel’s Bio Bio:   Twitter: Email: Website:    Basketball Immersion Website: Twitter: YouTube: Facebook: See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at