An Olympian’s Mid-post Move

Harvard basketball player Temi Fagbenle shows her mid-post move

Temi Fagbenle ’15, a  six foot, four-inch forward for the Harvard women's basketball team profiled here, also played in the 2012 Olympics on the team from Great Britain.  Fagbenle has an attacking move from the mid-post position that gives defenders fits. In this video, she demonstrates the move in real time and slow motion and comments on it. There is also commentary on the move from her coach and a Harvard defender.

 

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