Horrible coaching, to have Blake start the game, then Baynes come in anytime Blake is not on the floor. So we never have a decent defensive team out there, at any point in the game. Leave it to SVG to find the worst possible rotation for the game. It would help a lot if neither Blake nor Baynes were even on the roster. Coach should have a serious talk with the GM on that. Sure, Joe Johnson hit some tough shots to win it for Miami in the end. But you make your own luck. With Blake and Baynes doing zero on D, they sucked the energy out of the gym for the Pistons. I watched the Indiana game simultaneously to this one. Spoiler alert. Spoiler alert. We are stuck at 8th now, Cleveland will play us in the first round. Dre had quite a game, a ton of offensive rebounds. Baynes is such a drop off. Dinwiddie did not do that bad, especially considering how little he has played this season. What we saw last season, the more time he got the better he got. No, practice does not equate to in game, in the NBA experience. We should have started Dinwiddie for this one, and had SJ run the offense for the 2nd unit. And Joel Anthony should have been the backup center. Tolliver - only need to play the guy in emergencies. We could have added Hilliard to the rotation for this one, played Morris more at power forward, and not use Tolliver. Fact is, even if we won this one, and the next, it does not mean Indiana would have lost one. Maybe, if you want to give SVG just a little bit of a benefit of a doubt, he does not want to play his best rotations right now but rather prefers to save the best for the playoffs. Believe that if you wish, nothing I have seen from the guy makes me think he will do anything different other than march out defensively lacking players and just ignore it, blame all the bad on lack of effort - when he is the one who is lacking of effort to put a decent roster together and have it ready to play.