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Old 08-01-2020, 12:43 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by mac222b View Post
Itís not the most efficient shot, but he needs to work on the midrange pull-up/floater. Tough shot going full steam. But something along the lines of what Kawhi does. It means they have to guard 3 planes. Right now heís 3 point or finish at the rim or, tonight especially, pass. They were waiting on the corner pass. Too predictable.
a few thoughts -

1. yes they were sitting on the corner pass - thus my suggestion that maxi cut to the hoop - he'd have a dunk or alley-oop

2. I think they need to go to Luka in the post in crunch time (or as part of their regular game plan). Especially when they were running action to get harden on Luka. I'm still miffed that they didn't foul him out way earlier. But when they switch him onto Luka, Luka can punish him down low or get the foul.

3. KP is still a work in progress - he needs stronger hands and to keep the ball up higher with elbows out so as not to get stripped so easily. I did think he got hacked on one post up late but didn't see a replay. I think a few simple screens and some ball movement gets him deep post up position against a shorty and then he can go to work.
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