You can't turn the ball over. We'll continue to pound the ball inside but we can't give them easy baskets in transition.
When they take away any bumps, when (Derek Fisher) is trying to make him divert his path and they don't allow him to do that, they call fouls on Fish and that really gives him an opportunity to take whatever route he wants to make off the pickers. That really makes it difficult.
There is no denying that the Gasol and Bynum had their way in the paint again. In fact, if this is what Andrew Bynum looks like injured, one wonders why he doesn't average 40 and 20 when healthy. Hence, I have no doubt that the purple will continue to try and pound the ball inside, as #24 said.
My counterpoint is to note that KG has yet to show up due to fouls and poor play. Is he injured? If not, pounding the ball inside will sooner or later have diminishing returns for das Fakers. When it does, Celtics fans can only hope that they continue going inside so that Kobe is passing instead of shooting his fading, turning around, there's-no-way-that's-going-in-0h-but-it-did-go-in shots.
As for my thoughts on the Zen Mistress, anyone else think think that his comments sound vaguely reminiscent of something we have heard in the past?