Luke Walton (on ESPNLA 710) talks about the research the team has done on past NBA rookie point guards to have a better understanding on how many minutes to give Lonzo Ball.
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Last night Steph Curry, NBA MVP for the past two consecutive seasons,
took the last shot of regulation play, right at the buzzer. He missed.
went to the bench looking so crestfallen I actually felt sorry for him.
He had just returned from over two weeks out with a knee injury, the
second injury he has sustained in this playoffs. He could be forgiven
for missing his shot.
Then the overtime period began. And Steph took over.
did not come off of that last shot whining. He did not come out
flailing, or flopping, or fouling or fighting. He came out winning.
Score. Swish. Bam! Curry knocked down 17 points in that additional five
minutes of play and took his team to a 3-1 series lead over the Portland
Let this be a lesson to us all. We are in a pretty
vital last few minutes here at the end of the school year. It all comes
down to this: all our work, all our struggle. We could let our setbacks
truly set us back, or we can play like winners.
We can shout triumphantly, “I’m back,” and then back it up with our actions.
It is not too late.
But we cannot sit around feeling sorry for even a second. We have points to score.