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12/5/2012 Game Thread #19: Pacers Vs. Blazers - Page 8
30 seconds left, with the ball, up by 5. That's a sure win, right?
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I've got a feeling that's from Shaw, to be honest.
I'm not sure if I agree with the philosophy. But Phil Jackson (Geno Auriemma does it too) was pretty much known for not calling a timeout unless absolutely necessary during the regular season. The idea being that it's better for the team to try and figure it out themselves. Even if it costs the team occasionally.
Granted, Geno and Phil could always afford to take that risk. Seeing as they were pretty much always challenging for a championship. But perhaps it's a good philosophy for a young team still learning. Debatable regardless.