Originally posted by Joecool:
I just hope OKC doesn't revert back to one on one basketball. They started playing team offense after realizing what a less talented team did to them from watching that film. They could easily revert back which would fit right into what a team like Boston or Miami does well on defense.
There was plenty of one-on-one basketball today and they couldn't do much to stop it when it mattered, just like in game 4. Anyway, OKC won the series because they started playing enough defense to make Spurs take tougher shots - and got them out of rhythm. When you are not in rhythm, open shots (which were pretty automatic for the Spurs in earlier series) stopped falling as frequently.