Vols hope rebounds trump turnovers against Arkansas

Tennessee head coach Cuonzo Martin huddles with his players on the sideline during a timeout in the second half at University of Kentucky's Rupp Arena in Lexington on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014. Tennessee lost 74-66. (ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL)

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Tennessee head coach Cuonzo Martin huddles with his players on the sideline during a timeout in the second half at University of Kentucky's Rupp Arena in Lexington on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014. Tennessee lost 74-66. (ADAM LAU/NEWS SENTINEL)

There are two ways to take the basketball away from your opponent.

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johnlg00 writes:

A few pointers: 1) Don't just drop the ball when you are standing by yourself; 2) Don't telegraph passes; 3) Do NOT aimlessly glide through the air, hoping you can either shoot it or pass it to...somebody, before you crash into somebody or fumble the ball out of bounds; 4) Do not try to throw a pass through an opponent's body; 5) Do not throw soft, low lob passes to post players; and 6) If you are under pressure in the back court, a 10-second count or a held ball or a 5-second count is BETTER THAN A STUPID PASS! Those should take care of about 90% of their turnovers.

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