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    this is a defensive nightmare. we should put PG on westbrook, and collison on sefolosha. otherwise, westbrook would destroy us.

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    Copied and pasted from another thread...

    Just looked at the box score from the last time the Pacers and Thunder played, not pretty.

    Glad we'll have West, Hill, Barbosa and PG(starting) this time around. Last time we were starting McRoberts and Rush.

    Don't like the Collison/Westbrook match up. 6'0 160 vs. 6'3 187
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    I agree with PG drawing the Westbrook assignment. Not a slight at collison there are probably only3-4 PGs who can actually guard westbrook.

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    this is a defensive nightmare. we should put PG on westbrook, and collison on sefolosha. otherwise, westbrook would destroy us.
    That might be even worse. Sefolosha should bury jumpers and three's all day if Collison guards him. It's bad that Westbrook has 3 inches on Collison, it would be worse if he's guarding a guy that has 7 inches on him. Might as well not even guard him because he would have no chance of impacting Sefolosha's shots. At least Collison will have defenders backing him up when Westbrook drives. Nobody would be able to help him as Sefolosha shoots over him with ease.
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    I agree with PG drawing the Westbrook assignment. Not a slight at collison there are probably only3-4 PGs who can actually guard westbrook.
    Collison would have to be benched then imo. If Collison guards Sefolosha, I'd forfeit.

    Harden also plays a lot of minutes. Then what? Collison is better off on Westbrook than Harden or Sefolosha imo.
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    That might be even worse. Sefolosha should bury jumpers and three's all day if Collison guards him. It's bad that Westbrook has 3 inches on Westbrook, it would be worse if he's guarding a guy that has 7 inches on him. Might as well not even guard him because he would have no chance of impacting Sefolosha's shots. At least Collison will have defenders backing him up when Westbrook drives. Nobody would be able to help him as Sefolosha shoots over him with ease.
    i think this is a case of pick your poison. i would much rather have sefolosha take jump shots than have westbrook driving to the lane at will.

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    i think this is a case of pick your poison. i would much rather have sefolosha take jump shots than have westbrook driving to the lane at will.
    Sefolosha is shooting 46.8% from 3 on the season. That's against guys that are a lot closer to 6'7 than 6'0. I think he'd have a career game taking jump shots if Collison is on him.
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    Hill will play a lot of minutes tonight. Probably one of those games where we close with

    Hill, George, Granger, West, Hibbert

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    Sefolosha is shooting 46.8% from 3 on the season. That's against guys that are a lot closer to 6'7 than 6'0. I think he'd have a career game taking jump shots if Collison is on him.
    i think sefolosha will get open jumpers either way, when westbrook drives by collison and kicks it out to sefolosha, or if collison himself is guarding thabo. not a knock against DC, like an earlier poster said, westbrook's first step is practically unstoppable. i think that collison can do a decent job against him, yes there's a huge height difference, but collison can use his quickness to his advantage.
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    I had no idea the Thunder were the only team in the NBA worse at passing than us. I guess it kind of makes sense though

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    Guys, Sefolosha averages 5 PPG. I doubt we're that concerned about guarding him. Putting DC on him is a perfectly acceptable solution. The more difficult matchup is the Westbrook/Harden back court.

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    Sefolosha is shooting 46.8% from 3 on the season. That's against guys that are a lot closer to 6'7 than 6'0. I think he'd have a career game taking jump shots if Collison is on him.
    Are we talking about the same Thabo Sefolosha who only attempts 1.5 3PG? He's under a strict only shoot if you're open policy. I suppose he could have a career game, but in Thabo's case that is something like actually cracking double digits for once.

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    Guys, Thabo is strictly in there because they want to keep Harden as the off the bench super scorer. That's it. He's a defender, that's basically it.

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    the next issue is how to guard harden. dahntay should be able to slow him down. hill should have no problem with fisher. the only matchup that has me worried is durant. granger can't get frustrated trying to guard the league's 2nd leading scorer, he's gonna get his points no matter what

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    That might be even worse. Sefolosha should bury jumpers and three's all day if Collison guards him. It's bad that Westbrook has 3 inches on Collison, it would be worse if he's guarding a guy that has 7 inches on him. Might as well not even guard him because he would have no chance of impacting Sefolosha's shots. At least Collison will have defenders backing him up when Westbrook drives. Nobody would be able to help him as Sefolosha shoots over him with ease.

    Sefolosha isn't exactly a world class jump shooter. He does shoot 47%, but those are basically wide open corner 3's. (Think Dahntay Jones). He has also only taken 47 3's in 30 game.

    He shoots 2 pointers at a 41% rate and only scores 5 points per game. I'm thinking his 3pt success this season is partially due to sample size...he has a good rhythm going and he's shooting wide open. Against Chicago, Collison proved he was capable of chasing Korver around and not giving him enough room to set up for a jumper. And Korver is a far superior shooter

    Sefolosha is out there so they have a defensive player who won't take shots away from Westbrook and Durant.

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    the next issue is how to guard harden. dahntay should be able to slow him down. hill should have no problem with fisher. the only matchup that has me worried is durant. granger can't get frustrated trying to guard the league's 2nd leading scorer, he's gonna get his points no matter what
    He does better with guys like KD than he does with Uber athletic freaks like Lebron and Iggy.

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    The Thunder scare me. Westbrook has simply owned us and Kevin Durant is just something else.

    But you know what? I trust in our guys to come out guns blazing and get a win tonight. It won't be easy, and it probably won't be pretty. But I think we'll find a way to win.

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    He does better with guys like KD than he does with Uber athletic freaks like Lebron and Iggy.
    very true. i just hope if durant drops 30, granger wont get frustrated and let it affect his offensive game.

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    The key to this game will be George Hill, will he be able to check Westbrook and keep out of foul trouble so that PG can utilize his length against Durant. Granger will check Harden, I have no doubts in his ability to do that.

    But if Hill can't check Westbrook then we'll have to rotate PG over, then put Danny on Durant. Not sure if Hill can guard Harden.
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    Anybody who can guard Westbrook can guard Harden, imo. Harden is a better jump shooter, but not as fast as WestBrook. And he's only 6'5", not a huge jump for George Hill. And if he can't guard either well, he's still our best defending point haha.

    If Collison isn't playing well offensively, I hope Vogel isn't shy about going with Hill for his defense though.

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    Guys, Thabo is strictly in there because they want to keep Harden as the off the bench super scorer. That's it. He's a defender, that's basically it.
    Exactly.

    On the "who to guard" argument. There are not a lot of people that can guard Westbrook. Actually, the one player that can shut down Westbrook completely is himself. Just let him get angry and make stupid decisions. He is not a good decision maker.

    Regarding the game now. I just hope that we can compete. The Thunder have one of the best defensive frontcourts (if not the best) and I really hope that Roy has a good game against them.

    If Roy has a good game and we compete until the end I'd be happy.

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    Sefolosha isn't exactly a world class jump shooter. He does shoot 47%, but those are basically wide open corner 3's. (Think Dahntay Jones). He has also only taken 47 3's in 30 game.

    He shoots 2 pointers at a 41% rate and only scores 5 points per game. I'm thinking his 3pt success this season is partially due to sample size...he has a good rhythm going and he's shooting wide open. Against Chicago, Collison proved he was capable of chasing Korver around and not giving him enough room to set up for a jumper. And Korver is a far superior shooter

    Sefolosha is out there so they have a defensive player who won't take shots away from Westbrook and Durant.

    He's out there if a team decides to put a 6'10 defender on Westbrook and a 6'0 defender on him. If the team throws everything at Westbrook and Durant in an obvious move like putting Collison on Sefolosha, he'll knock down 3 after 3 after 3. Some might view it as being one step ahead, I view it as throwing in the towel. You don't put a 6'0 defender on a 6'7 shooting guard imo. If they feel it's worth putting George on Wesbrook, bench Collison. Start Hill or Barbosa. They're still undersized at 6'3 but a 6'0 guy isn't going to bother Sefolosha. He doesn't even have to be wide open, all of his looks will be open. There will be no hand coming at his face to make him flinch. It will be clean look after clean look. Jmo but Collison on Thabo is a bad idea.

    Fortunately, I doubt it will be an issue. I don't think the coaching staff will put Collison on Sefolosha. Guess we'll see but doesn't sound like a good idea to give up 7 inches and 55lbs to a spot up shooter who can shoot over Collison anytime he chooses. Those passes to the corner are going to be even more open. Collison has no length to defend it.
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    A big key to tonight's game is for Roy and most importantly Dan Burke to understand that Perkins is absolutely zero threat to shoot a jump shot. So for the love of God do NOT switch and have Roy try and guard Westbrook.

    I'd just as soon back off the pick and let Perkins have open 18' jump shots all day than to have Westbrook look like Sonic the Hedgehog gathering coins going to the bucket with Roy in tow.

    Heck I'd even rather have Westbrook have open 18' shoots than the misery that will ensue if Westbrook can just get to the lane time after time.


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    Cant wait. I really hope its competitive, not a blowout by the Thunder

    Key to me is rebounds and points in the paint

    Roy and West need to exploit Perkins and Serge
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