I hope this wasn't real. The team was like jello on defense. Very weak down low. Houston players could set and reset down low. And no half court offense. Even that lead seemed like fool's gold and it was. If this team is to move forward, Monroe especially, and Knight must now step up. It is Monroe's third year now and he should have dominated that Houston team. Hopefully, it is just a slow start like he had last year. The team just does not seem to operate on either end in a flow with players knowing their roles like other NBA teams. Now, I must start looking at the coach. Yes, it is hard to watch Bynum and Maxiel get so many minutes as both players are below the NBA average. And don't know what Tay really brings to help the team win. Hard to watch Stuckey and his drives. But no excuses any more. The young players have to step up.