game 7 anger

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  1. TheeTFD

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    It's a good arguement guys, and I say put all the blame on LB. He didn't trust Darko, wouldn't work him and stuck to his guns as the all powerful tyrant. Brown is a great coach but Popavich schooled him. :deadhorse:
     
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    game 7 again

    We were tired because of the way the season went and because Miami was really tough so we got behind in the series. In game 7, Larry was flap out-coached as well. I ran the tape: the end of the 2nd quarter and the Dyss substitution in the thirde alone cost us 5-7 points. And the doubles on Duncan in the 4th hurt us bad. Take a look a Ginobli hitting his three in the fourth quarter (freeze the position of the defenders) it is unbelievable how open he was. Finally, why no adjustment for Bowen guarding Billips and what were we running offensively--what was the strategy? I think Larry won us a championship in year one, I think he is a great coach but we did not see vintage Larry last season except in game seven of Miami.
     

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