I can be there tomorrow
- Feb 22, 2016
The lady's seem to have a bad habit of bodying (riding) players after they are beat. They are lucky that more fouls are not called.
They have to use their length to quarry their prey, control where their quarry goes.
When a defender is taller, ergo longer, they have more length to stop.
Most often riding happens when the BHer stops and the defender's outside hip gets ahead of the Bher,,,the tendency is to throw the inside (left) hip inward to maintain contact.
The solution is simple: Don't get beat off the dribble.
A coach can recognize if a player is beaten very easily. ... Once the hips are turned to run and the slide is abandoned, they are beaten and in pursuit mode...