That's been the story of our season. These kids deserve so much.
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We had single vision. We tried to get Trenton or Cam the ball. Other players had drives available and options to score, but those players were not ready to step up at that point.
Grants Pass played real well, and we struggled against their triangle-and-two defense. We did not have a lot of answers and we were frustrated by it. We tried to force things and committed some turnovers.
We don't get too much into that. We're just really trying to break down our opponents' strengths and weaknesses and see what we can do to match that.
We've got to handle their pressure, we can't turn the ball over. We have to dictate the tempo of the game and not let them do that. We can get up and down the court too, and we'll trap and pressure them and do our thing. We are not going to change the way we play, but we will make some adjustments that will be minor and dictated by our strengths.
We wanted Logan to get it on the run because he is quick and then Hayward-Mayhew set a screen for Newton-Jones. Trenton curled off that and we were just hoping he'd get a look. He got a good look.
If it was a fight, they knocked us down a couple times that round and we did not respond.
It definitely helped us to be in those types of games. We learned to execute and learned how to give ourselves a chance to win. Sometimes you can practice all that, but you need the experience of doing it. We have been in three overtime games this year and won them all, so that bodes well for us.
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