A basketball team's success depends on its ability to play together as one unit. Every factor requires constant synchronization with teammates learning from one another. The way a team meshes, from top to bottom, is why individual players experience success, and it's equally why wins roll from one week to another.
Boston College's women's basketball team exploded onto the national scene this month by gelling better than any other program in the country. The Eagles won often to push themselves up the ACC standings, and they exited the conference tournament as a clear bubble team ready to accept an NCAA Tournament bid.