Coaching an underdog team is probably one of the most challenging work coaches have to face. An underdog team is considered to be behind, or lower, in terms of the level of basketball skills compared to the rest of their opponents. You can just imagine how much load of work coaches need to be done in order to polish their teams. At times, it takes years to finally get your team to the top of the rankings.
But you can never count an underdog team out. They might be immature in terms of the level of basketball skills, or having the championship experience, but they are very much capable of bringing highly competitive ball games and in the end beat superior teams.
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