warriorsstepup wrote:One series ? you must not remember earlier in the season during January/February when this issue was documented, not just this series. Lack of perimeter shooting had been an issue.
We lost game one because of coaching plain and simple, you don't lose a 16 point, please no excuses for that.
He is the coach, he didn't just get out coached the after game 1 and 2, Pop ran laps on him. The infusion of small ball just because it worked against Nuggets doesn't mean it will work against Spurs, specially after Splitter came back which changed the game.
Fluke, random variation. It's why use the entire season as a sample, otherwise you are manipulating the data to support a conclusion without concrete evidence for that conclusion.
Our defense is centered around getting the opponent to take a lot of threes (second most in the league vs us) and having them hit at a lower percentage (35 percent, which is fifth best)
When team take a lot of threes vs you, there is a chance they have a blow up, get hot. It's why chuckers like Ellis, Jennings, Gay, Smith can have really good games. If you take a lot of shots than there will be games where the majority of them go in.