Fully think through situations before committing to them.
Overall this game goes pretty smoothly – your other lanes win handily, which makes the mid and late game easy. There’s a few concepts I talk about that can help you in other games that aren’t going this well.
You guys do ok in lane – but that’s mostly because Thresh and Vayne are pretty bad. Against a more competent duo you guys would have struggled quite a bit more. There are a number of things that could be played better – the only major theme is just not fully thinking through situations before committing to them. This leads to a lot of opportunistic play – sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn’t.
Check the video for some examples of how to improve your positioning, decision making, and more.
You have a pretty solid foundational understanding of the ADC role and how Ashe fits into it. I didn’t see any major overriding issues in this game – it’s just a collection of little things that add up over time.
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