I didn't have to tell nobody to be quiet. Everybody was sitting in his own seat. There wasn't a word. There wasn't a headphone set on. I had to look to see if they were nervous or if they were ready to play. I looked at their faces, and they looked like they were ready to play.

(West Iredell) did a good job frustrating us. Every time we'd do a little bit, they'd knock us out of our rhythm. We were too frustrated to play tonight.

It wasn't hard to get them pumped up.

He showed up. If we can get production out of our post players every night like that instead of every now and again, we can be tough.