NBA Playbook – A Look At The Playcalling In The NBA Through Videos, Pictures, & Words » Rockets Go Quick, Get The Win

2010 March 31
by rahat huq

With the Rockets-Wizards game tied at 92 with 33 seconds left, the Rockets had a tough decision to make.  With 22 seconds on the shot clock, they had to figure out if they wanted to go quick to preserve the two-for-one opportunity, ensuring that they will get the ball back, or if they just wanted to take their time, get the best look possible, and give the Wizards the final shot.  The Rockets decided to go quick, and they run a quick hitter coming out of the timeout.

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  • Easy
    I have said many times that they should practice an end-game play that sets up a Budinger catch and shoot. Chase is by far the best catch and shoot guy we have.

    Looks like Adelman heard me. :)
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