Thats what many of the players mentioned in their post-game interviews.
Ambidextrous and I were discussing other potential play calls that Dwayne Casey could have made. If you see my post prior to the one you quoted, you would see that I was happy with the play call and what Lowry tried to do.
Like Mack11 just said, there could have been a different outcome with a different play call as well. Im just not sure that the one DC did call actually put our guys in the best chance to succeed. We needed ball movement and screens, not iso, especially because we all knew that Lowry was going to get the double team like he did all series.
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Interesting. Didn't catch the play flipping fiasco.
Then again, it's not like Lowry going left is truly a "weakness". But Casey did say in the post-game presser that Ross was supposed to be in the corner. I guess the moment got the better of him where he was caught spectating.
Last edited by Nilanka; Tue May 6th, 2014 at 09:07 AM.
Shoulda would coulda.
That said, imagine if Ross were in the corner and Anderson left him open to help. How killer would it have been to give Ross a chance to redeem the series by hitting the series-winning shot. I would have wet my pants.
All going according to plan. Two games against the Heat, down 2-0. It takes the sting out of losing a little bit knowing that our season ended in a heroic game 7 defeat rather than with a whimper at the feet of the Heat. And, our team didn't cost $180 million to do that.
So, basically when Lowry drives to the hoop, Anderson slides over - it's a triple team and yes, the conversation is different, as in WTF play call was that?
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