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Old 04-27-2014, 01:27 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Keys: more Fields on JJ. Helping on JJ is killing the defence. Need to try to let Fields run some PnR/PnP with JV/PP. Helps the offence not having him off ball, and he's a capable ball handler/passer.

More Patterson, period. 30+ minutes. No Hansbrough. His defence is not up to scratch in the playoffs.

If Lowry can't keep up with DWill, give GV a little more run with Ross on the floor. Only thing Ross has done even half decently has been guarding DWill for stretches. Needs to be locked in though, as he got blown by a couple times.

Most important thing: DeMar needs to drive with aggression from opening tip. No jumpers unless absolutely wide open and set, or time entirely up. His drive game really drove the comeback last game, and he's perfectly capable of doing that all the time. My main problem with his offensive game is his ability and yet seeming refusal to pressure the opposing defence non-stop.

For some reason, I feel good about this one. Less phantom calls on JV and smarter rotations and I could see a double digit win. Go Raps!!!
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