This short video is here for you to use as a FREE resource to show your students how math is used outside the classroom and more specifically in the world of sports.
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The video highlights Nancy Lieberman-Cline, one of the most accomplished and recognized individuals in the history of women’s basketball, she added a new dimension to her prolific sports career as she guided the 1998 Detroit Shock to a remarkable 17-13 season in her first campaign as General Manager/Head Coach of Detroit’s WNBA entry. As GM/Head Coach, Lieberman–Cline directs the Shock’s entire basketball operation, managing the franchise’s front office and coaching staff, overseeing the team’s roster development and all player acquisitions while also coaching the team on the floor. Her first year success on the coaching sidelines garnered her a second-place finish to two-time WNBA Champion Houston Comets Coach Van Chancellor in the 1998 WNBA Coach of the Year vote.
Lieberman briefly covers angles and there relation to basketball. From bounce passes to free throws math played an important roll in her successful career.