Originally Posted by Spurd_On
I didn't understand the game plan. Every time Parker had the option of passing to an open man on the perimeter or passing it inside, he passed it inside. That was making it a grind out game instead of opening up their defense with outside shooting which is probably why the best Spurs shooters never got in rhythm. They were playing to Dallas instead of making Dallas play to them. >
Yes, but it showed anyone scouting the Spurs that, unlike years past, when you take away our three-point/outside game, we will pound it insde effectively-- so pick your poison.