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Staten Island is known for many things: the ferry, the accent, the Wu-Tang Clan. But this borough of New York City is also home to the greatest wiffle ball tournament on the planet. Every year, teams come from all over to test their talents here on a collection of little league fields. And at the end of a hard-fought weekend of competition, one team rises above the rest as champion in the sport of wiffle ball. Subscribe to VICE Sports here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-Sports Check out VICE Sports for more: http://www.vicesports.com Follow VICE Sports here: Facebook: https://facebook.com/VICESports Twitter: https://twitter.com/VICESports Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicesports More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo Archival Drone Footage courtesy of Victor Chu and Jonathan Garsiah.
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Mizzou and Kansas thrilled the crowd and helped raise over $1.75 million for hurricane victims at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. This is a production of the Mizzou Network. For more videos follow @MizzouHoops and @MizzouNetwork on Twitter.
We commonly use a small sided game (SSG) in the offseason which we call "Wildcat" to work on our offense within the offense - decision making, stopping footwork, penetration reaction, shot/drive read, etc. The name comes from Brian McCormick's SSG concept in his skill development book. We believe is SSG's as a way to teach the game through mistakes and constraints that has a higher rate of transfer from practice to the a game. Starting players with an advantage promotes players having to make decisions. Starting players in a neutral state forces them to find solutions to create an advantage.