Inside the Redwoods’ Training Camp: Position Battles Set to Shape the Season Part 1 By Jerome Taylor May 22, 2023 As the dust of this offseason’s transactions settles, the spotlight now shines on Albany, the stage for the Redwoods’ 2023 PLL season opener against Atlas on June 3rd. But first, training camp – a crucial […]
Since the 2019 postseason, Sergio Perkovic has shot 13-for-27 (48.1%) from 2-point range. That’s 0.96 points per shot.
CLEAR! The ride is on. It’s gameday. We have 10 bullet points to prepare you for Whips-Woods at 4:00PM ET on NBC and Chaos-Chrome at 7:30PM ET on NBC Sports Network. Let’s go!
Lacrosse is a sport that showcases all skill sets. The game features speedsters, bulldozers, shooters, tacticians, and pure athletes. Those skill sets cross over to other sports, especially basketball. The inventor of basketball, James Naismith, gained inspiration from lacrosse when creating the new sport.
In any sport, the best teams are the teams that adapt to the current set of rules. This starts with roster construction and continues on the field. Rules shape the speed and style of play. But rules are also constantly changing — just ask faceoff specialists. The Premier Lacrosse League is playing with a shorter field (100 yards) and a shorter shot clock (52 seconds) than field lacrosse has ever seen. It’s no surprise then that the two teams competing for the Crown — the Redwoods and the Whipsnakes — are the two best teams at the parts of the game that these rules emphasize: transitioning from defense to offense and from offense to defense.