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Game #16 Bobcats vs Trail Blazers

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Kemba is a guy that can carry a team for short stretches. If we could get a legit #1 and a legit #2 (perimeter player and a big) option in the next few years... we will be set.

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Keys to second half.

1. Contain Aldridge, Lillard, Mathews (play good defense)

2. Keep the turnovers down (commit less turnovers than the Blazers)

3. Out rebound them (limit second chance points)

4. Keep shooting good shots (keep the shooting percentage up)

5. Find the hot hand (i.e. feed Kemba Walker)

Do this and we will win.

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I can't take how many minutes that Byron Mullens is getting from Dunlap. Perhaps my only complaint about his coaching to this point. Why he has the green light to shoot from anywhere outside of 15 feet is beyond me. Only 26 players in the entire LEAGUE have shot more 3's this year than him. Mullens, Gallinari (36% career, cold start), Deron Williams (35% career, cold start), are the only players shooting under 30% behind the arc. In fact, virtually nobody on the list above him is shooting below 35%. Most sit in the 40-50% range.

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Missed the first half. Looks like we had a good half out of Kemba. But how did we blow the lead?

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I can't take how many minutes that Byron Mullens is getting from Dunlap. Perhaps my only complaint about his coaching to this point. Why he has the green light to shoot from anywhere outside of 15 feet is beyond me. Only 26 players in the entire LEAGUE have shot more 3's this year than him. Mullens, Gallinari (36% career, cold start), Deron Williams (35% career, cold start), are the only players shooting under 30% behind the arc. In fact, virtually nobody on the list above him is shooting below 35%. Most sit in the 40-50% range.

Mullens shoots nearly 100% of the time he gets the ball in his hands no matter where he is on the court. And usually we have nobody there to rebound. Mainly because he is one of the main guys we are relying on for rebounds. It's frustrating. But that dunk was sick

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