By Bob Kuska
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He needed them to think “pass lrst,” keeping the ball in constant motion along the perimeter. He also needed them to be smart, read their defender’s stance, and know whether to pass, screen, cut, or drive to the basket for a score. Placing lve players on the perimeter was high risk because nobody would be positioned inside with the dedicated responsibility to rebound missed shots. But it was a player-friendly offense that would give them the freedom to play without keeping one eye on the bench.
Tucker was honest with Zimmerman. At Akron, he had spent most of his days studying and eating pizza. Tucker lgured that he could work his way into game shape within a few weeks, maybe a month. Although Tucker was so sore after his lrst practice that he barely could walk, Zimmerman offered him a half scholarship for the season. He instructed Tucker to be back in Philippi the day after Christmas, when he would prepare for the twenty minutes of play that would come three days later, on the road, against Campbellsville and their two burly six-foot-nine centers.
He said Tucker had been an all-league performer, but, with heavy feet and little spring in his legs, he attracted no serious college scholarship offers. According to Montgomery, Tucker was a great kid who was lnishing his third semester at the University of Akron. Tucker would be back in Wooster at semester break in a few days, and Montgomery told Zimmerman that he’d mention the chance to play college basketball to him. When Zimmerman headed into his oflce after the Shaw trip, he had a message on his answering machine from Tucker.