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Is Culture Now Overrated in College Basketball?

May 11, 2023
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It’s the offseason, so we’ll get a little more hot take-ish, but still offer takes I think are believable. 

My take today is that culture may be vastly overrated now. Jordan Sperber of hoop-vision has a video where he looked at introductory press conferences and nearly every coach would opine, “We’re going to build a culture here.

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Is Culture Now Overrated in College Basketball?

2,470 Views | 2 Replies | Last: 1 yr ago by Crawfoso1973
Meirarara
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I think culture still matters in college basketball. I mean it counts so much 'cause it can bring teams together, build trust, and attract talented players. But it shouldn't overshadow skill and hard work. Culture is essential, but it's just one piece of the puzzle for success. I got these ideas about studies, cultures, and their role for sports students from https://edubirdie.com/top-writers since here I find the top writers who save me with any topic for my academic analyzing assignments. So I trust what professionals say)
Crawfoso1973
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Culture is equally or even more important, even during these sad times when 75% of your roster turns over every season. Culture is knowing which players to avoid in the portal, who are only portaling for selfish reasons to go somewhere and be "the man." There are schools with limitless $ and resources to collect talent, but only a strong culture will ensure that all those talented pieces fit.
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