SAN FRANCISCO -- At Florida Gulf Coast, Andy Enfield's team was dubbed, "Dunk City," because of its alley-oop slam dunks during games. Now that he's the head coach at USC, Enfield has brought that style with him.
"It's new, and it has been very exciting in practice," senior guard J.T. Terrell said. "There's been a lot of people getting dunked on, and we're just hoping we can transfer that to the court, to the game."
Enfield said that as part of his fast-paced tempo, his teams focus on a 24-second shot clock (which is what the NBA uses), rather than going off of the 35-second shot clock used in the college game.