Take this tape and throw it in the garbage. Other than giving us some motivation to be better on Monday, no need to watch that again it was so poor.But that's how we won games 1 and 2. Granted, it seems the Cavs were setting up their picks much further from the hoop, but still.
For game 4:
1) For the love of God stop switching everything and gift-wrapping them mismatches to exploit.
2) Put Morris back on Lebron whenever he's in the game. We all saw what happened when Brown was put into early foul trouble tonight. Having him be the primary defender on Lebron is no bueno, because we need him offensively and can't afford him getting into early foul trouble again.
3) Have several plays in mind to start the game to get good looks going to the basket and/or getting an open three. We started the game with two to three mid-range jumpers that didn't fall, and that set the tempo for our offense going forward.
Either way, I saw so many open dunks for Larry Nance yesterday that it was cler that something wasn't working.
I saw that there was a lack of commitment on switches. Guys weren't keying in fully once switched they were lazy, a step slow.
Trade deadline mock team: Celtics,
Irving, Rozier, Wanna
Smart, Brown, Dozier
Morris, Hayward, Semi
Tatum, Theis, Yab
Horford, Baynes, Williams