JO was right back at game 8, the running stunk and they needed to focus on an offense they could run.
He's also right now. PHX did double BEFORE he caught the ball, and no one is hitting shots behind him to eliminate that.
He calls that "offense broken", I'd call it wrong offense for the players they now have, at least if they aren't going to hit the jumpers and punish teams that jump the gun with the hard doubles.
You put Peja or Ray Allen dropping 3's or going to the lane every time teams doubled JO, you'd see a post-based offense rolling right along.
The Pacers made a major trade, it didn't really adjust the team in a productive way. It seems to have hurt as much as helped, if that. So you get the results of that.
When a driver leaves Ferrari for BAR, it ain't the driver that got worse the next season, it's the car. A method is only as good as the tools you use to implement it.