Listen: Jeff Van Gundy, Kevin Durant And Houston discussed on The NBA Show
"Golden State wasn't that game with Durant already out Klay Thompson going out in the fourth quarter kevon looney out in that game like they were extremely limited to the point that could play a box and one and it works. Yeah. Well, one of the things that I found interesting is, and I read your article about Steve Kerr's adjustments. Obviously, we have so long to talk over everything that has taken place in the series, thus far and everything gets dissect did a ton. I mentioned it before, but there was an old article years ago that I read Sports Illustrated, and it was Jeff Van Gundy, when he was currently a coach. And he said that, if you go into the huddle and you call the perfect play and your guys come out and you're down by two and they run the play and you get the open three and the guy takes it in the balls in the air. And at that moment. It's good coach bad coach, good coach bad coach, good coach bed. And I've always thought about that. And there, I am watching this game the other night, and I'm thinking my God. How everything about the narrative changes? I talked about this earlier when Steph curry, and Kevin Durant, both at open threes against Houston, and they missed it, and then the next day, we come on, and the narrative becomes about Houston, and what Houston did. Right. And what's"