I agree with the last poster.
The difference in the Warriors offense and the Celtics is the Warriors are more willing passers, the pass and cut, they drive and dish. We're playing too much one on one ball.
Stevens knows they shoot too many 3s but he's afraid of telling them because he likes them playing care free. Care free is good, careless is not good.
Stevens is not afraid of telling them anything. Posters on this board are privied to less than 5% of what Stevens tells them, which means we have no idea what he does or does not say. All we see is the action on the court.
What we do know is that Stevens has not been happy with the ball movement and has mentioned that in multiple interviews. We do know that he stresses "Great shooting teams are great passing teams." We do know that he holds players accountable, but not in the old school way of yanking them out of the game.
We also know that struggles on offense to begin the season is par for the course under Stevens. He implements pieces of his offense as he is confident in the player's ability to execute.
Wiz G - Beal, Satoransky, Murray / W - Ariza, Walker IV, Green, Shumpert, McLemore, Brown / B - Giles, Bjelica, Randolph, Gasol, Bryant, Morris, 20 Det 2nd, 21 Mem 2nd
Nets G - Lavert, Evans, Dinwiddie, Napier / W - Carroll, Graham, Bogdonavic, Harris, Musa, Kurucs / B - Allen, Davis, Dudley, RHJ, Williams, '20 Ind 1st