- Dec 24, 2002
Absolutely. I think the key take-away for fans is that the frustration they are feeling when a normally awesome superstar shooter or even a proficient scorer sucks in these games pales to what that actual person is feeling themselves. Teams are essentially taking away every work routine a person has - we have real life examples of how efficiency can suffer when you ask people to adapt on the fly.That's a great video.
It also could be talking about the Milwaukee Bucks, couldn't it? Giannis, to some degree, is not quite a one-trick pony but once you build the wall he's not an apex guy anymore. And a bunch of the supporting guys are closer to one-trick ponies.
In this series in particular, its an almost certainty that coaching staffs like Toronto and Boston aren't discussing how to slow guys like Tatum and Lowry. That is canon. Now its a function of dividing up real estate. Game seven is essentially the final battle in a land war.