Everything clicks for Charles Matthews in clutch second half


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The common theme in those plays? Every dribble Matthews took, every matchup he went after was deliberate but without deliberation. No dribbling the clock out into bad shots, no extra pivots or hesitations that gave time for extra defenders to recover to him.

This exactly.

This blockquote thing confounds me


#3

Amen, on both counts! :grinning:


#4

Bottle it up and use the rest of the season. Also good advice for the whole team.


#5

Select what you want to quote in the other person’s post and then a little “Quote” button will pop up for you to click. (Or at least it does on my computer. Maybe not on a mobile device?)

Using the quote button in the interface is confusing for sure.


#6

@JJ3: To quote from somewhere else, you just have to type > and then paste.

This is a block quote.


#7

gotcha gotcha


#8

so simply select quotation mark above, then paste over “Blockquote”. Ingenious!!


#9

Tried from a tablet.

Edit: it worked.


#10

It was as simple as taking advantage of match ups. Running the Teske - Matthews pick and roll while moving the shooters to the perimeter allowed for a ton of space for Charles to show his strengths. As Teske continues to get better at hitting the open 3 I expect to see more of it.