The Magic make around half their shots that they take before the shot clock hits 15, one of the better marks in the league. After that, it drops by around 10 percent one of the worst, per NBA.com. It is clear pushing halfcourt pace should be a priority. Next: Off the bounce Off the bounce If the Magic ran these kinds of sets more often, it could potentially help the offense flow quicker more consistently and closer to Vogels vision for the team. It initiates the action early and gets the defense scrambled. That said, Kemba Walker has simply been lights-out for Charlotte and it would not be reasonable to expect Evan Fournier to put up the kinds of numbers he has. While Fournier was serviceable shooting off the dribble last year, only James Harden has hit more threes after seven or more dribbles than Walker . Walker also has one of the best 3-point field goal percentages among anyone who has taken 20 or more 3-pointers after seven or more dribbles. Fournier, on the other hand, is a mere 4for 10.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.foxsports.com/nba/story/how-the-double-high-screen-could-unleash-evan-fournier-122616
Dr. Campbell is an internationally recognized Cardiologist who specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of heart rhythm disorders. Dr. Campbell is the Medical Expert for WNCN and appears weekly on the NBC17 morning news and also makes frequent appearances nationally on Fox News and CBS. He is an enthusiastic user of social media and you can follow him on Twitter @DrKevinCampbell . Below is an edited version of one of our continuing conversations about social media and healthcare. Belbey: Tell us about your recent experience of using Twitter instead of attending a medical conference. Dr. Campbell: At medical conferences, we learn about important clinical trials, both positive and negative, that might make a huge difference in how we might practice in the future. For example, American Heart Association (AHA) Scientific Sessions 2016 conference was held in November in New Orleans. It is one of the most important scientific meetings in the world for cardiovascular disease, heart disease and stroke.
For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.forbes.com/sites/joannabelbey/2016/12/20/tweet-into-your-next-medical-conference-or-any-conference-for-that-matter/
It is your choice to learn these skills or risk physical and emotional challenges. It is greatly known that heart complications can arise with too much stress. If we offer someone a story or education, advice or even sympathy, we can lose the connection with them quickly, and lose their trust. Self empathy is an understanding of what YOU may be experiencing in a moment. This will help you figure out how to use your strengths to make reasonable decisions and achieve goals. If we can express ourselves honestly and functionally without using blame, shame, guilt or fear, our energy will build and trust will also build with the other person. The teachings and skills that you receive can be incorporated not only your life, but also in the lives of others. The same two questions can build trust between you, the patient, the patients’ family or the attending doctor.