No crazy out of control to's i recall, also run the team well and good d today.
He really showed he wouldn't let Houston's D stop him. He wouldn't be forced into a certain area of the court. And when he guarded Wade, he wouldn't let him penetrate. Seemed like he showed the way for DG because DG's play was much better when he came back in. Wasn't a flashy game or ton of numbers on a stat sheet for him but definitely performed very well.
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I thought he played great today. I would have liked to see him take over some of Scotty and Lucca's minutes and play alongside Diante given how quick and aggressive Houston was. I know Scotty played great D while in, and Lucca kept us in it with the 3-ball, but I think the idea of Colvin and DG in at the same time is pretty enticing.
It seemed like Colvin hardly let his man get in on the weave (Christopherson did it once too that I noticed) by stepping between the hand off, causing his guy to back off and force the ball back to the other side with no exchange.
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