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Houston Rockets head coach Mike D’Antoni once again defended his team’s style of play following a dominant 127-105 win over the Golden State Warriors in Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals on Wednesday night.
“You’re not going to come in and change the way you play,” D’Antoni told reporters. “That’s the way we played all year. Sometimes we get bogged down, but usually because we can’t get out in transition, can’t get that force and then the ball—seems like all we do is keep it. But again, we are who we are, and we had to be who we are. We just did it better, longer, guys believe it and we’re not going to change anything up. That would be silly on my part to panic. You don’t do that.
“We’re very comfortable about who we are. We can beat anybody, anywhere at any time playing the way we play. Some people might not like it. Sorry. You know, it might not look good to some people, but it’s effective, it’s efficient.”
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May 16, 2018 at 09:00PM