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| HOME |2008.04.19 Sat
I don't always like blaming a loss on the coach because at the end it's the players who play the game and this loss really wasn't entirely on Mike. Nash passed up some shots at the end of regulation that he should've taken himself, and Amare picked up a dumb foul and turned the ball over several times were all keys. But like I said in the game day thread, there's TWO KEY mistakes made by Mike that cost us the game.
1. up 3 at the end of regulation with about 20 seconds left, how could he not know better NOT to have LB guarding anyone? I love LB, but his defensive IQ is just bad and is not a guy you can rely on staying home on shooter in clutch. I trust Nash more than I trust LB in that kind of situation. You have to be smart, and LB just isn't. The kid is almost always out of position on every defensive set. So sad.
2. up 5 with about a minute and a half left in OT, how could you not call a time out, draw up a play, milk some clock, and get a high percentage shot? We had 3
And once again, crappy defense does this team in. I wish we just would have collapsed on Ginobili on that last drive instead of leaving Raja out on a island. Dude played 52 minutes and obviously was gased. Nash really wanted the game, I feel bad for him. He played his butt off, he played well on both ends and made some clutch shots down the stretch. Unlike Amare. His 3 turnovers and silly foul in the end of the first OT killed us, along with the shot clock violation. WTF. Those opportunities could've seal the deal for us. He played good, but I really expect greatness from him against Tim Duncan and the Spurs, like he should.
SUNS IN 6!!!
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