When I say "inside out" I mean any type of inside play.
It acknowledges the robust physical advantage that we have in the paint almost every night.
Post ups to the biggest guy on the floor or drives inside where your buddy's making you some space and ready for a board.
Almost like a football teams running game if you have bulk and talent inside you can demoralize your opponent.
Our jump shots should more often than not be in the last 8 seconds of the clock and on pass outs.
Hammer the paint.
Live in the lane.
Get your rest on the free throw line.
Paul George should shoot 10 free throws a game.
Roy Hibbert almost as many.
We still are not good at passing into the post and I continue to believe it is our biggest weakness.
We're built like an old eastern conference throw back squad but too often we forget to play that way.
The advantage of being a defensive minded ball club is that you CAN control that every night.
The burden of a great defensive team is that you have to.