Thursday, January 27, 2011

The Most Important Thing, According to Larry Drew

Larry Drew:
"As a coach, you want to find a consistency in every single quarter you play. The truth of the matter, that's not going to happen. As I told the guys after the game - and we'll look at the fourth quarter tomorrow in practice - we have to learn from it. To me, that's the most important thing. It happened to cost us a game but the most important thing is that we learn from it. We cannot allow that type of play in the fourth quarter. We cannot allow the snowball effect."
Fair enough.

It's on this you will be judged and the disappearance or continued allowance of bad shot selection, bad defense, and lack of touches for the team's best player will be duly noted with reference to this very quote.

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