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And Terry especially wad a beast on defense in the second half. His ball pressure was Avery Bradley-like, and anybody who watched the game would have noticed this.
Quote from: crimson_stallion on January 06, 2013, 02:12:09 PMAnd Terry especially wad a beast on defense in the second half. His ball pressure was Avery Bradley-like, and anybody who watched the game would have noticed this.Agreed, his defense was excellent in the 2nd half, particularly in the 4th quarter.Very much questioned Doc going with him over Lee, but it paid off, especially defensively. Though I think he got away with it because of Atlanta's 2 PG unit, and Terry has been solid defensively against PGs in my opinion this year.
I'm glad we don't know names. If we did, we'd consider the perpetrator(s) chemistry busters. In fact, arguments happen on teams with good chemistry. KG could easily have been among the frustrated. This wasn't a bad thing -- unless you consider coming out of half-time with a vengance and taking over the game a bad thing.
To me the argument isn't interesting, because any team would argue after that 1st half. The point is that Doc trusts himself and the team enough to stick with the game plan, and Pierce does the same. That's a team moving in the right direction.