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It concerns me when we are over aggressive, particularly on the offensive end. Amir is foul prone, where sometimes he makes silly fouls, particularly on the offensive end, which is not necessary. However, Lowry is even worst, where many times it is not necessary, particularly we are leading. Not only we are allowing opponent to be in bonus situation, also we will either be foul out earlier or avoid getting foul calls on some situation.
So do you think the offensive fouls are the key of losing the game?
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When he has a pick and roll opportunity with Calderon and he gets the ball it looks like he's ready to run the guy over. He had a specific play yesterday when he passed to Ed Davis that worked out well. But most of the time he just crushes the guy infront of him. He needs to stop fake and continue or beat the guy to the spot. He's not showing a lot of promise there though.
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