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“I just thought we were out-thinking ourselves tonight and I should have probably stopped it, and I didn’t,” Rivers said. “I let it continue and the old saying is, ‘An athlete in thought is a non-athlete,’ and I thought we played in thought and that makes you slow, that makes you tentative, and I thought that’s who we were tonight. I thought, offensively, we were even worse. We came off our best ball-movement game where everybody trusted the offense, the pass. Then tonight, when you’re playing a team that’s got a win streak like they do, everybody wants to beat them, and I thought every single individual on our team wanted to beat them and every individual tried to do it by themselves, instead of just playing the way you play.”
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