I think you're missing the point here. Underwood's strategy is to produce more offensive possessions than the opponent. This leads to a situation where the other team needs to shoot at a significantly higher percentage to beat you. Against a good defense that forces high difficulty/low percentage shots, this becomes quite hard. Being a fantastic rebounding team both limits the offensive possessions of the other team and gives your team bonus possessions. Turning over the other team/forcing them to take low percentage shots is essentially the same as gaining an extra possession.Defensive tenacity, rebounding, neither yields any points. The game is to put the ball in the basket more times than the other team. TWe are 14th out of 14 at doing that. My other observation is with Trent putting up 1,000 balls per practice. Well, it ain't working.