They needed some breathers. We didn't want to do it at that particular time, but there were still about five minutes left.
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We just had a hard time keeping them off the offensive boards.
Piper is going to come here and flat out lay it on us.
We gave them too many second and third chances.
We shot the ball a lot better tonight. We were 16 for 34, that's about 50 percent and we went 15 of 26 at the line. You can't give them 20 offensive rebounds. They're just so strong and so physical.
David's shooting about 90 percent from the free throw line.
The bottom line is they knocked them down in the fourth quarter when they needed to. We've executed our offense pretty well the last couple ballgames. We executed well on both ends of the floor.
Even with improvements in the penalty calculation formula ... there's still a lot of subjectivity that can work against industry in certain types of penalties.
I think in the fourth quarter we got worn down. I'm pleased with the effort. We hit a few open shots that opened up our offensive a little more.