Found August 12, 2013 on
Kurt Rambis’ hire is a way to slowly but surely implement the triangle offense back into the offensive system. I know that’s his mindset and I’m confident it will play out that way. Too many times did D’Antoni tell the PG or SG to slow down while they were already pushing for fast points because the players knew the offense MD tried to run wasnt working. And when they were in a half court offense, MD tried to increase the pace with ball movement but the players weren’t moving. Feel free to agree/disagree!
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