|FG||32-81 (.395)||29-70 (.414)|
|3P||4-16 (.250)||7-19 (.368)|
|FT||20-28 (.714)||22-24 (.917)|
Guybrush wrote:I don't wanna stay this up late and watch that. Not a single offensive play in the last 2 minutes that wasn't "give the ball to Ellis and step aside". That's why we ended up losing a game that we should have won. Thompson had a bad game again. Lee still can't play any defense even if his life depended on it.
I'll open a thread tomorrow perhaps, but I wanna say it now, I'm officially not happy with Jackson and his play calls, rotations...and, well, pretty much anything, to be honest.
hobbes wrote:Monta needs to shoot that earlier. If he drives a few seconds earlier he has more options and Lee has time to tip that in. I hate when he does that.
Our fastbreaks are horrible to add.
kolins wrote:warriorsstepup wrote:Coaching basketball can't be that hard, its not rocket science.
Said Mark Jackson .... Now he see what is what. Keith Smart wasnt a bad coach.
Guybrush wrote:hobbes wrote:Monta needs to shoot that earlier. If he drives a few seconds earlier he has more options and Lee has time to tip that in. I hate when he does that.
Agreed. I was thinking the same thinking while watching the finish. Don't see a reason for that...if he shot 2-3 secs before time is up, we can do something else, like that Lee's tip in for example, and Utah still couldn't do anything with the ball if they got the rebound (and they don't need to do anything, cause it wasn't a tie, they had the lead).
And that wasn't foul on Hayward in the end.