As far as JOB getting triple teamed, the way we were shooting from three point land, I can't really blame the guy for doing work. He couldn't be stopped down low for the latter part of the game.
I love the way that CJJ really encourages the hot hand. He plays guys that are hot, sits guys that are cold, gives the guards free range to do what they do naturally (even Stringer, who played sloppy last night but has been on fire from three every other game). He even lets TUBA get the rock!
I think the biggest thing is that CJJ allows players to be confident and comfortable by letting them do what works. It doesn't seems like he forces anyone to do anything they aren't comfortable with.
This post was edited on 11/30 at 11:27 am