2014 NCAA Tournament Proves Free-Throw Shooting is a Difference Maker

Posted by Corbin Delaney

Mar 27, 2014 4:20:00 PM

The first two rounds of the men’s NCAA basketball tournament are in the books, and free throw shooting once again proved to be the difference in quite a few games.

N.C. State blew a 16-point lead with eight minutes to go against Saint Louis in the second round on Thursday. The Wolfpack made just 20 of 37 free throws for 54.1 percent. They went 9 of 21 in those fateful final eight minutes.

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New NCAA Men's Basketball Rules Increase Shooting Opportunities

Posted by Corbin Delaney

Mar 19, 2014 3:29:00 PM

Before the current men’s college basketball season, the NCAA tweaked its rules to allow for more offensive freedom in hopes of increased scoring after Division I teams averaged 67.5 points per game in 2012-13. That figure was the lowest scoring average since 1981-82 when teams averaged 67.6 points per game. Scoring had been on a decline for the past four seasons at the Division I level.

Some media and fans called the game unwatchable with its constant hand-checking and body jamming.

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White Hall High School Utilizes Noah Community

Posted by Corbin Delaney

Mar 11, 2014 11:00:00 AM

White Hall High School Tracks Shooting Improvements with Noah Community Website

“I started shooting on it, and I realized ‘this is something that can really help basketball. I also realized that I didn’t want any other school in our conference to have one.” - Coach Marc Stringer

Throughout Arkansas for the past several years, White Hall High School has been known for its prowess with a bat and a ball. The Bulldogs have won the state championship in softball (2012, 2013) and baseball (2012).

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UVA Coach, Tony Bennett, Endorses Noah Basketball

Posted by Corbin Delaney

Nov 12, 2013 2:00:00 PM

For more than 20 years, University of Virginia Men’s Basketball Coach Tony Bennett had a burning question. Bennett is the NCAA all-time leader in three-point field goal percentage at 49.7 percent (minimum 200 made). But Bennett was “just” a career 84 percent shooter from the free-throw line.

“I always had a desire to crack the 90-percent mark,” Bennett said. “I felt like I was a good shooter, and should have been in the 90s from the foul line. But I could never get higher than the mid-80s. It was always a challenge.”

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Featured Coach: Tony Bennett - University of Virginia

Posted by Corbin Delaney

Nov 12, 2013 11:25:00 AM

Tony BennettTony Bennett, University of Virginia Head Men's Basketball Coach, Endorses Noah Basketball

“But it’s impossible to dispute Noah because the proof is there, and the feedback is immediate. That’s when the body starts to self-correct.”

For more than 20 years, University of Virginia Men’s Basketball Coach Tony Bennett had a burning question. Bennett is the NCAA all-time leader in three-point field goal percentage at 49.7 percent (minimum 200 made). But Bennett was “just” a career 84 percent shooter from the free-throw line.

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Featured Player: Carson Biedrzycki - Burlington Jr Demons

Posted by Corbin Delaney

Nov 1, 2013 1:30:00 PM

Noah BasketballMost Popular Guy In Chocolate City, USA Yells, "Noah!" And Gets Results

Brian Biedrzycki may one day be the most popular man in Burlington, Wisc.— perhaps even more famous than hometown boy and Dallas quarterback Tony Romo.

You see, Biedrzycki is the man who convinced Burlington Boys Basketball Club and the high school to purchase the NOAH shooting system. He also is the one who set up the system for every basketball player from seventh grade to varsity.

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