Since Oklahoma’s sensational freshman point guard Trae Young has taken the college basketball world by storm, pieces about how to “slow him down” have popped up at a rate equal to his assist numbers. That includes yours truly, who wrote here about West Virginia providing somewhat of a blueprint to slowing Young down after their game in Morgantown. The caveat with the “West Virginia blueprint” is that Bob Huggins extends pressure after every made field goal/free throw and out of timeouts. Not a lot of teams have the ability, or even willingness, to implement that type of model.

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