I have the opportunity to shoot a Div. 1 college basketball game from the baseline and I want to make the most of the opportunity. As such, I want to take as many quality shots as I can. By quality, I mean good action shots. Generally speaking, I have the technical side (camera, lens, f-stop, iso, etc.) covered. I also have a very thorough understanding of the game; I played it at the high school ("HS") level and officiated it on both a HS and college level for nearly 20 years. What I would like to get advice on is more philosophical. Should I concentrate on following the ball or should I concentrate on the players in the high action areas (the lane as an example) and wait for the ball to come to them? Any suggestions on how you've successfully covered basketball games and what I can do to better anticipate shots (both mine and the shooter's) and increase my odds for better action shots would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.