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  1. Anders Laier

    The stats on Pau not shooting for way too long in crunch are interesting, but you might want to point out that the left handed sweeping hook is against a small forward! Pau should have backed him down and punished him wiht a dunk instead of shooting a difficult sweeping hook.

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  5. Sdart0

    Really great breakdown. Loved the insight about the screen rolls.

    It will be interesting to see if they double the high screens tonight, forcing Bynum and Pau to hedge and recover quickly like you mentioned, or maybe LA’a bigs will be advised to GET BACK quicker so they’re not out of position to start with. CP3 is quick enough as it is, he doesn’t need the help!

    This was my first time watching any sort of analysis like this. I really enjoyed it, it will give me greater perspective tonight when enjoying the game. Thanks again!

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