On the court with Saint
Garry St. Jean breaks down the Warriors' last play in their early-season win over the Heat.
-- What we're gonna walk -- thrill is late game situation after a timeout. Well earlier -- tremendous job when they've played Miami the last time. When you played Miami you're not gonna beat them with one -- one I sold because of the -- lead assistant strength of wade James and all the crew they have. This was a great call by a warrior coaches and beautifully executed by the players what you have -- a situation where. You're gonna create a small -- an awful look good on this side of the floor. If he is the point guard is up here this would have been draft with a live ball he's not gonna pick up -- dribble because then LeBron to get up all over. He's got it up here he is right handed so he's right protecting it this way. In the meantime. If Thompson is here. He went around David Lee just like this and he stayed up pie here to make the rotation prior and as he did that. Curry went around this what. Now we're gonna show him coming over the top and then Thompson coming underneath that would -- came off -- year. Again respect for the Warriors mid range players is very fit. When courier times they come off a screens. That's a big priority for the Miami Heat so here comes -- and this scene was about out here set -- greens. And then he came off here and he would potentially had a jump shot. On a pass from Jack here is the latest took place we got Battier and Ray Allen two great players. And it was just miscommunication. On the -- what drain on green -- is as this guy comes off. He's got his man with nobody contact on him he slips through the -- you look -- inside shoulder. He gets a great pass from Jeff. And lays it up with him and there was miscommunication. Between Allen. And between that he would that platoon players out here that let cream on green wide open under.