Jaqua92 wrote:Well there's your proof that this team has clutch issues.ConstableGeneva wrote:Ill News wrote:Tyler Herro has brass balls. That transition three he took when we went up 5 in regulation was massive. I wish he was on our team.
Herro is now 5/10 (50%) from 3 in clutch minutes in the postseason. Here's the top 6 guys, minimum 5 3PAs:
• Murray - 7/9
• Doncic - 3/5
• Herro - 5/10
• Crowder - 2/5
• Butler - 2/5
• Harden - 2/5
Butler has 50/40/90 splits in the clutch. Main reason they're 6-1 in clutch games this postseason.
Brown is 1/5 from 3. Tatum is 1/8 from 3. Celtics are 5-4 in clutch games this postseason. Tatum has been shooting 21.1% from the field in clutch minutes in the playoffs compared to 50% in the regular season.
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As I just posted, Tatum's outlook may have something to do with late game shots. He said post game that he "just takes what the defense gives him". Which says to me he adjusts his game to what he sees, rather than instilling his strengths and best moves on the defense, no matter how they are set. If you don't put pressure on the defense, you aren't going to come up with easier shots. You take the shot they give you that is usually the worst shot for you, and exactly what they want to see.
I don't know about anyone else, but this comment by Tatum was very concerning to me, especially coupled with his 1/8 clutch numbers pointed out above.