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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2018 6:12 pm    Post subject:

Attentiveness is a cognitive exercise.
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Defense is definitely not all effort.. You could be a dumb hyper active defender right? Intelligence is just as important.

To answer your question no, effort isn't implicated in getting lost on defense. A lack of mental focus and preparation prior to the actual game is what I attribute it to.


If you don't think effort is implicated in getting lost on D, then you've never been tired in a basketball game. Intelligence is the glue on defense that tells a player where to go, effort is what tells him when to go.


Maybe you need to get a better understanding of what effort is boss.. Intelligence drives the correct effort. Effort doesn't tell him to do anything.. it's an action. Your brain does the telling, an action follows.. which is what effort is. A response to a command from a thought.


Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport - and then it takes effort after recognizing something to get on your horse at the first instant you can.
That's why players say defense is all effort. It's far from entirely true, but effort is implicated in all aspects of defense including awareness. That's why it's said because it's a factor in all aspects.

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KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
Defense is definitely not all effort.. You could be a dumb hyper active defender right? Intelligence is just as important.

To answer your question no, effort isn't implicated in getting lost on defense. A lack of mental focus and preparation prior to the actual game is what I attribute it to.


If you don't think effort is implicated in getting lost on D, then you've never been tired in a basketball game. Intelligence is the glue on defense that tells a player where to go, effort is what tells him when to go.


Maybe you need to get a better understanding of what effort is boss.. Intelligence drives the correct effort. Effort doesn't tell him to do anything.. it's an action. Your brain does the telling, an action follows.. which is what effort is. A response to a command from a thought.


Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport - and then it takes effort after recognizing something to get on your horse at the first instant you can.
That's why players say defense is all effort. It's far from entirely true, but effort is implicated in all aspects of defense including awareness. That's why it's said because it's a factor in all aspects.


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SocalDevin wrote:
KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
Defense is definitely not all effort.. You could be a dumb hyper active defender right? Intelligence is just as important.

To answer your question no, effort isn't implicated in getting lost on defense. A lack of mental focus and preparation prior to the actual game is what I attribute it to.


If you don't think effort is implicated in getting lost on D, then you've never been tired in a basketball game. Intelligence is the glue on defense that tells a player where to go, effort is what tells him when to go.


Maybe you need to get a better understanding of what effort is boss.. Intelligence drives the correct effort. Effort doesn't tell him to do anything.. it's an action. Your brain does the telling, an action follows.. which is what effort is. A response to a command from a thought.


Semantics.

Being engaged mentally or physically takes effort. Iím HOPING his effort is the issue because itís much easier to improve on than IQ. If effort isnít the issue his IQ is cause his off ball D is really bad compared to what it should be. Thatís an area Iím confident heíll improve in though just gotta put more effort out to remain mentally focused.

Listen to Draymond, heís constantly caught yelling at guys who arenít ďlocked inĒ if they miss a rotation. Heís questioning their effort not IQ.
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KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
Defense is definitely not all effort.. You could be a dumb hyper active defender right? Intelligence is just as important.

To answer your question no, effort isn't implicated in getting lost on defense. A lack of mental focus and preparation prior to the actual game is what I attribute it to.


If you don't think effort is implicated in getting lost on D, then you've never been tired in a basketball game. Intelligence is the glue on defense that tells a player where to go, effort is what tells him when to go.


Maybe you need to get a better understanding of what effort is boss.. Intelligence drives the correct effort. Effort doesn't tell him to do anything.. it's an action. Your brain does the telling, an action follows.. which is what effort is. A response to a command from a thought.


Semantics.

Being engaged mentally or physically takes effort. Iím HOPING his effort is the issue because itís much easier to improve on than IQ. If effort isnít the issue his IQ is cause his off ball D is really bad compared to what it should be. Thatís an area Iím confident heíll improve in though just gotta put more effort out to remain mentally focused.

Listen to Draymond, heís constantly caught yelling at guys who arenít ďlocked inĒ if they miss a rotation. Heís questioning their effort not IQ.


Exactly. And that's a term you all players say when talking to their teammates. Attentiveness and effort are interlinked
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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2018 7:08 pm    Post subject:

BigGameHames wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
Defense is definitely not all effort.. You could be a dumb hyper active defender right? Intelligence is just as important.

To answer your question no, effort isn't implicated in getting lost on defense. A lack of mental focus and preparation prior to the actual game is what I attribute it to.


If you don't think effort is implicated in getting lost on D, then you've never been tired in a basketball game. Intelligence is the glue on defense that tells a player where to go, effort is what tells him when to go.


Maybe you need to get a better understanding of what effort is boss.. Intelligence drives the correct effort. Effort doesn't tell him to do anything.. it's an action. Your brain does the telling, an action follows.. which is what effort is. A response to a command from a thought.


Semantics.

Being engaged mentally or physically takes effort. Iím HOPING his effort is the issue because itís much easier to improve on than IQ. If effort isnít the issue his IQ is cause his off ball D is really bad compared to what it should be. Thatís an area Iím confident heíll improve in though just gotta put more effort out to remain mentally focused.

Listen to Draymond, heís constantly caught yelling at guys who arenít ďlocked inĒ if they miss a rotation. Heís questioning their effort not IQ.


Yup, a good example is the coach. He doesn't play one minute in the game but at the end of the game he's mentally exhausted. That's because of all the mental effort he puts into the game. When he calls a timeout and lays into a player for missing assignments, that's because he's so mentally invested into the game. He sees everything going on. He's dissecting every play.

There's physical effort and there's also mental effort during the game. Intelligence is just a measure of your ability to mentally dissect a game correctly.

For example, take a hard math problem. 2 people trying to solve it. Person A is more intelligent than person B.

Person A solves the problem in 5 minutes. Person B takes 2 hrs to try and solve it but still can't. But person B still exerted alot of mental effort in trying to solve the problem.
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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2018 7:15 pm    Post subject:

It's not a matter of semantics..

"Probably unrealistic to expect a skinny 20yo to be able to compete his ass off on D"

He clearly did compete his ass off, you don't hold your opponents to 3.5 percent below their shooting averages and not be competing.

"But motor&effort are things that pop off the screen , and Ingram def didn't there."

Yet he ranked sixth in contesting 3pt attempts in the league..

"There's a reason why there's some validity to players saying defense is all effort."

It's not all effort, like I said before you can be a hyper active dumb defender. It's about intelligence and mental focus.

"Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport "

Again, attentiveness is a cognitive exercise.. effort is what corresponds.

"effort is what tells him when to go."

Effort doesn't direct anything, your brain does the directing.

Definitely not a matter of semantics..
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KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
Defense is definitely not all effort.. You could be a dumb hyper active defender right? Intelligence is just as important.

To answer your question no, effort isn't implicated in getting lost on defense. A lack of mental focus and preparation prior to the actual game is what I attribute it to.


If you don't think effort is implicated in getting lost on D, then you've never been tired in a basketball game. Intelligence is the glue on defense that tells a player where to go, effort is what tells him when to go.


Maybe you need to get a better understanding of what effort is boss.. Intelligence drives the correct effort. Effort doesn't tell him to do anything.. it's an action. Your brain does the telling, an action follows.. which is what effort is. A response to a command from a thought.


Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport - and then it takes effort after recognizing something to get on your horse at the first instant you can.
That's why players say defense is all effort. It's far from entirely true, but effort is implicated in all aspects of defense including awareness. That's why it's said because it's a factor in all aspects.

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LongBeachPoly wrote:
BigGameHames wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
Defense is definitely not all effort.. You could be a dumb hyper active defender right? Intelligence is just as important.

To answer your question no, effort isn't implicated in getting lost on defense. A lack of mental focus and preparation prior to the actual game is what I attribute it to.


If you don't think effort is implicated in getting lost on D, then you've never been tired in a basketball game. Intelligence is the glue on defense that tells a player where to go, effort is what tells him when to go.


Maybe you need to get a better understanding of what effort is boss.. Intelligence drives the correct effort. Effort doesn't tell him to do anything.. it's an action. Your brain does the telling, an action follows.. which is what effort is. A response to a command from a thought.


Semantics.

Being engaged mentally or physically takes effort. Iím HOPING his effort is the issue because itís much easier to improve on than IQ. If effort isnít the issue his IQ is cause his off ball D is really bad compared to what it should be. Thatís an area Iím confident heíll improve in though just gotta put more effort out to remain mentally focused.

Listen to Draymond, heís constantly caught yelling at guys who arenít ďlocked inĒ if they miss a rotation. Heís questioning their effort not IQ.


Yup, a good example is the coach. He doesn't play one minute in the game but at the end of the game he's mentally exhausted. That's because of all the mental effort he puts into the game. When he calls a timeout and lays into a player for missing assignments, that's because he's so mentally invested into the game. He sees everything going on. He's dissecting every play.

There's physical effort and there's also mental effort during the game. Intelligence is just a measure of your ability to mentally dissect a game correctly.

For example, take a hard math problem. 2 people trying to solve it. Person A is more intelligent than person B.

Person A solves the problem in 5 minutes. Person B takes 2 hrs to try and solve it but still can't. But person B still exerted alot of mental effort in trying to solve the problem.


Yeup!
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I'm not sure Grant Hill isn't his ceiling comp..... https://youtu.be/1LNFPdTAIU Chickybaby on the commentary
A modern Hill who's a 3pt threat

GHill liked the same kind of hesitation dribbles, simple passes but racked up assists. Preferred to drive, some midrange. 6'8
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I'm not sure Grant Hill isn't his ceiling comp..... https://youtu.be/1LNFPdTAIU Chickybaby on the commentary
A modern Hill who's a 3pt threat

GHill liked the same kind of hesitation dribbles, simple passes but racked up assists. Preferred to drive, some midrange. 6'8


Grant Hill was a bad boy.. Above average in every facet of the game aside from 3pt shooting.. I'd be really happy with a 6'9 version of that with a 7'3 wingspan.
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 1:28 am    Post subject:

It's interesting reading different discussions here about the more mental aspects of the game. I don't think people realize how 'effort' and 'having a motor' is for the most part a personality trait that's just innate in a lot of athletes. I've worked with over a thousand hoopers in my life ranging from college down to elementary school. There are people who just have that "Westbrook" ferocity in their aggressiveness or "Draymond" in their energy and some people who just don't. You can tell players to be a dog out there, but it's not natural to them.

The same way there are just some people who are more comfortable in public crowds, or confident talking to a random stranger, or are extroverts/introverts. Ball reflects life in many ways.

Now that doesn't mean you can't develop being mindful of your effort and intensity, but players have to be themselves. That being said, everyone should be expected to play hard. But there's different ways to show it. Klay Thompson and Leonard play super hard, but have a very calm demeanor and are pretty stoic but I'm a firm believer that the way someone plays on the court is a reflection of how they are off of it.
*I find though the motivation for most players to play hard if they aren't alpha competitive and in love with the game - is how much they like their team/coach. You can see why everyone on the Celtics plays really hard and why on some other teams with locker room issues they don't.

The trick is to get players to feel comfortable and confident being themselves on the court and finding ways to maximize their skill set.

As far as effort goes, I've found it stems for passion of competing. The more competitive the person's personality the greater the effort. There are a lot of guys who make the NBA and go on cruise control. They don't really love basketball, but they're hella tall and are good enough and are perfectly fine with making millions of dollars on cruise control.

What I like about this Laker team is that although they're all pretty chill dudes off the court which is definitely reflected in their demeanor on it... they do love basketball and are competitive. Are they the most competitive and passionate guys I've seen? No. But that doesn't bother me...
(Note: Don't think people realize how unique that Thunder team w/ KD, Rusty, and Harden was. Not because their talent, but those guys are hoopers to the core. I know from people in the circle that all they do since they were rookies is just hoop. In the summer every day, find a gym wherever. They love basketball and although I hated watching them beat our Lakers - I respected these young kids who just were coming for everyone like they wanted to run the court in some park.)

Anyways, I was not economical with this post as it's probably a few paragraphs too long haha, but the three mental things imo that lead to success and progress (which Kobe had) are Passion (love the game), Competitiveness (Hate losing, Love winning), and Curiosity (wanting to learn). Usually it leads to a great work ethic and those traits amount to a solid mixed cocktail of qualities to have for a player reaching his potential.
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 1:32 am    Post subject:

SocalDevin wrote:
KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
I'm not sure Grant Hill isn't his ceiling comp..... https://youtu.be/1LNFPdTAIU Chickybaby on the commentary
A modern Hill who's a 3pt threat

GHill liked the same kind of hesitation dribbles, simple passes but racked up assists. Preferred to drive, some midrange. 6'8


Grant Hill was a bad boy.. Above average in every facet of the game aside from 3pt shooting.. I'd be really happy with a 6'9 version of that with a 7'3 wingspan.


I was meaning more of a straight up comp than a Grant Hill++attributes. Like BI needs his better measurables to play like Hill.
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 1:37 am    Post subject:

KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
KeepItRealOrElse wrote:
I'm not sure Grant Hill isn't his ceiling comp..... https://youtu.be/1LNFPdTAIU Chickybaby on the commentary
A modern Hill who's a 3pt threat

GHill liked the same kind of hesitation dribbles, simple passes but racked up assists. Preferred to drive, some midrange. 6'8


Grant Hill was a bad boy.. Above average in every facet of the game aside from 3pt shooting.. I'd be really happy with a 6'9 version of that with a 7'3 wingspan.


I was meaning more of a straight up comp than a Grant Hill++attributes. Like BI needs his better measurables to play like Hill.


He's only 20, I wouldn't say he needs them just yet.
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 5:27 am    Post subject:

SocalDevin wrote:
It's not a matter of semantics..

"Probably unrealistic to expect a skinny 20yo to be able to compete his ass off on D"

He clearly did compete his ass off, you don't hold your opponents to 3.5 percent below their shooting averages and not be competing.

"But motor&effort are things that pop off the screen , and Ingram def didn't there."

Yet he ranked sixth in contesting 3pt attempts in the league..

"There's a reason why there's some validity to players saying defense is all effort."

It's not all effort, like I said before you can be a hyper active dumb defender. It's about intelligence and mental focus.

"Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport "

Again, attentiveness is a cognitive exercise.. effort is what corresponds.

"effort is what tells him when to go."

Effort doesn't direct anything, your brain does the directing.

Definitely not a matter of semantics..


Effort directs your brain to focus and recognize whatís going on.
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"Probably unrealistic to expect a skinny 20yo to be able to compete his ass off on D"


*looks at De'Anthony Melton, Jaren Jackson Jr, Josh Okogie, as a draft prospect*

Big difference between engagement, motor, and effort.

Engagement deals with proactive awareness.

Motor deals with the amount of activity within a specific time frame or specific skill.

Effort, deals with 1 specific act. A long string of repeated efforts for defensive details reflects on defensive motor overall, but a player can't actually act on it without being engaged, or aware of the situation.
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BigGameHames wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
It's not a matter of semantics..

"Probably unrealistic to expect a skinny 20yo to be able to compete his ass off on D"

He clearly did compete his ass off, you don't hold your opponents to 3.5 percent below their shooting averages and not be competing.

"But motor&effort are things that pop off the screen , and Ingram def didn't there."

Yet he ranked sixth in contesting 3pt attempts in the league..

"There's a reason why there's some validity to players saying defense is all effort."

It's not all effort, like I said before you can be a hyper active dumb defender. It's about intelligence and mental focus.

"Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport "

Again, attentiveness is a cognitive exercise.. effort is what corresponds.

"effort is what tells him when to go."

Effort doesn't direct anything, your brain does the directing.

Definitely not a matter of semantics..


Effort directs your brain to focus and recognize whatís going on.


Do you guys not understand how the human body works?? lol..

You can't take any action unless it is first directed by your brain, this is common sense guys lol..
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"Probably unrealistic to expect a skinny 20yo to be able to compete his ass off on D"


*looks at De'Anthony Melton, Jaren Jackson Jr, Josh Okogie, as a draft prospect*

Big difference between engagement, motor, and effort.

Engagement deals with proactive awareness.

Motor deals with the amount of activity within a specific time frame or specific skill.

Effort, deals with 1 specific act. A long string of repeated efforts for defensive details reflects on defensive motor overall, but a player can't actually act on it without being engaged, or aware of the situation.


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Hope he makes an even bigger jump next year with Brown actualizing his potential.
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 4:55 pm    Post subject:

SocalDevin wrote:
BigGameHames wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
It's not a matter of semantics..

"Probably unrealistic to expect a skinny 20yo to be able to compete his ass off on D"

He clearly did compete his ass off, you don't hold your opponents to 3.5 percent below their shooting averages and not be competing.

"But motor&effort are things that pop off the screen , and Ingram def didn't there."

Yet he ranked sixth in contesting 3pt attempts in the league..

"There's a reason why there's some validity to players saying defense is all effort."

It's not all effort, like I said before you can be a hyper active dumb defender. It's about intelligence and mental focus.

"Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport "

Again, attentiveness is a cognitive exercise.. effort is what corresponds.

"effort is what tells him when to go."

Effort doesn't direct anything, your brain does the directing.

Definitely not a matter of semantics..


Effort directs your brain to focus and recognize whatís going on.


Do you guys not understand how the human body works?? lol..

You can't take any action unless it is first directed by your brain, this is common sense guys lol..


You are in no place to take a deaminging tone with the absolutely asinine stuff youíve been spewing over the last few pages.
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 4:59 pm    Post subject:

BigGameHames wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
BigGameHames wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
It's not a matter of semantics..

"Probably unrealistic to expect a skinny 20yo to be able to compete his ass off on D"

He clearly did compete his ass off, you don't hold your opponents to 3.5 percent below their shooting averages and not be competing.

"But motor&effort are things that pop off the screen , and Ingram def didn't there."

Yet he ranked sixth in contesting 3pt attempts in the league..

"There's a reason why there's some validity to players saying defense is all effort."

It's not all effort, like I said before you can be a hyper active dumb defender. It's about intelligence and mental focus.

"Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport "

Again, attentiveness is a cognitive exercise.. effort is what corresponds.

"effort is what tells him when to go."

Effort doesn't direct anything, your brain does the directing.

Definitely not a matter of semantics..


Effort directs your brain to focus and recognize whatís going on.


Do you guys not understand how the human body works?? lol..

You can't take any action unless it is first directed by your brain, this is common sense guys lol..


You are in no place to take a deaminging tone with the absolutely asinine stuff youíve been spewing over the last few pages.


I mean you're the one who said I'm out of touch with reality just because I think he has potential to be a 25ppg scorer and backed it up with basic ppg per 36 (without mentioning age or shot attempts) while having to make justifications for 3/8 players you listed that had lower ppg Ingram

I don't see how anything he said is asinine, we're discussing a 20 year old prospect. I mean unless you're a time traveller or something
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Endless3D wrote:
BigGameHames wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
BigGameHames wrote:
SocalDevin wrote:
It's not a matter of semantics..

"Probably unrealistic to expect a skinny 20yo to be able to compete his ass off on D"

He clearly did compete his ass off, you don't hold your opponents to 3.5 percent below their shooting averages and not be competing.

"But motor&effort are things that pop off the screen , and Ingram def didn't there."

Yet he ranked sixth in contesting 3pt attempts in the league..

"There's a reason why there's some validity to players saying defense is all effort."

It's not all effort, like I said before you can be a hyper active dumb defender. It's about intelligence and mental focus.

"Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport "

Again, attentiveness is a cognitive exercise.. effort is what corresponds.

"effort is what tells him when to go."

Effort doesn't direct anything, your brain does the directing.

Definitely not a matter of semantics..


Effort directs your brain to focus and recognize whatís going on.


Do you guys not understand how the human body works?? lol..

You can't take any action unless it is first directed by your brain, this is common sense guys lol..


You are in no place to take a deaminging tone with the absolutely asinine stuff youíve been spewing over the last few pages.


I mean you're the one who said I'm out of touch with reality just because I think he has potential to be a 25ppg scorer and backed it up with basic ppg per 36 (without mentioning age or shot attempts) while having to make justifications for 3/8 players you listed that had lower ppg Ingram

I don't see how anything he said is asinine, we're discussing a 20 year old prospect. I mean unless you're a time traveller or something


Yes I did do that. Now back to the discussion at hand.

Saying effort and focus arenít related is asinine.

Hope that was more clear.
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 5:30 pm    Post subject:

GoldenThroat wrote:
I don't think these or Opp FG% are particularly good stats, especially the off ball stuff, but here's Ingram's Synergy overview for the year. (defense)

https://i.imgur.com/9isIxVx.png


That is why a 1-4 defensive combination of Lonzo, George, Ingram, Randle

would be so scary for another team to have to deal with trying to score against.
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 5:45 pm    Post subject:

BigGameHames wrote:
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It's not a matter of semantics..

"Probably unrealistic to expect a skinny 20yo to be able to compete his ass off on D"

He clearly did compete his ass off, you don't hold your opponents to 3.5 percent below their shooting averages and not be competing.

"But motor&effort are things that pop off the screen , and Ingram def didn't there."

Yet he ranked sixth in contesting 3pt attempts in the league..

"There's a reason why there's some validity to players saying defense is all effort."

It's not all effort, like I said before you can be a hyper active dumb defender. It's about intelligence and mental focus.

"Attentiveness is effort when you're in an endurance sport "

Again, attentiveness is a cognitive exercise.. effort is what corresponds.

"effort is what tells him when to go."

Effort doesn't direct anything, your brain does the directing.

Definitely not a matter of semantics..


Effort directs your brain to focus and recognize whatís going on.


Do you guys not understand how the human body works?? lol..

You can't take any action unless it is first directed by your brain, this is common sense guys lol..


You are in no place to take a deaminging tone with the absolutely asinine stuff youíve been spewing over the last few pages.


I would love.. I mean absolutely love for you to put in quotes for me anything I have said that could be characterized as "asinine".. Pretty please put it in quotes for me.

I was actually embarrassed for you and KIROE, you have no idea how absurd the things you're saying are. But anyway please put in quotes for me, anything I've said that's asinine.
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