I think our players will do that naturally. I don't think it's something I have to force on them. They don't want to be rated No. 14. I'm hoping they have this chip, but I have a feeling they're going to be overlooked.
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All these statements didn't come from Quincy.
We had a great game plan of who we wanted to shut down. But the one we didn't have room for in our equation was Lowry. He had a phenomenal game. A phenomenal game.
I don't like to get into that, because I don't really know what has happening there, but it was not a good situation.
I've got to give Quincy credit throughout that whole ordeal because he never wavered. All these statements didn't come from Quincy. Quincy wanted to be here.
The thing I give Quincy credit for, throughout the entire ordeal, is that Quincy never wavered. Quincy wanted to be here, because there are other things here for him, putting basketball aside.
They were coming in droves. It was everything from NBA people, to everything.
Their maturity and experience took over. I thought that was the difference in the game. We had every opportunity to take advantage of that game and we just didn't do it.