Bouncing Back: A Trainable Skill

It’s college basketball playoff season in the US – otherwise known as March Madness, where the country’s top teams in men’s and women’s hoops duke it out for the champions’ titles. As such, it was irresistible to not make reference to “the way the ball bounces” in some clever way this week as the excitement builds and the brackets narrow.

The March Madness tournament is famous (perhaps notorious) for shocking upsets. Teams ranked far lower than their opponents can appear out of near obscurity to throttle a top-ranked team or even knock a well-known basketball dynasty out of the running in the first round.

Another thrilling element of NCAA basketball is the possibility for jaw-dropping comebacks. Squads suffering double-digit deficits can come roaring back to win the game in the final minutes. It’s one of those sports where it’s truly not over until it’s over.

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