Spectacular plays and dunks have become all the rage, but todays' pros have to be taught basketball's basics
Byron Scott first noticed the change roughly six seasons ago, when he was an assistant with the Sacramento Kings.
Many of the younger players coming into the league were different. They were passing up mid-range jump shots to get into position to dunk. Guards were trying to perfect flashy crossover dribbles and were showing off with behind-the-back passes to teammates.