Al Horford on Chris Bosh's three-pointer that sent the game to overtime:
"That’s a miscommunication there. That went on all game. Guys were not on the same page and we weren’t switching. We were having some problems with the coverages. Jeff, you can’t fault him, he expects it to be done the right way every time."Jeff Teague's inexperience is apparently manifesting itself through expectations that his teammates will fulfill their assignments.
Josh Smith provides a different perspective:
"I don’t know how much louder I can scream for whoever it is that a man is coming up and setting a screen. . . . We were giving up too many straight-line drives to the basket and dribble-drive layups. It’s disappointing to see that when somebody makes a play, as teammates we have to come up and help them."I don't know how much louder I can scream when someone is taking a shot that has about a 30% chance of going in. We were giving up too many possessions on low-percentage shots. It's disappointing to see that when somebody settles for a bad shot, his teammates have to come up and fight for the offensive rebound and help him.