Every coach has their own unique style and philosophy of coaching, and that undoubtedly affects how teams are handled and situationally approached. We often need to “think like a coach” to uncover situations where a coach’s development style or philosophy may have affected either past decisions or future ones. It is important that we think of this from both of those views, as it can help us to understand why a player may have had a smaller role in the past and/or why a player may be due for a spike in usage, despite what trending analytics may . . .