While Flip didn't make any smart adjustment, the adjustment he could have made was taken off the table by Chauncy. Chauncy's journey began when he got hurt and the team went on a tough west coast series of games. Several good things happened on that trip, but the keys were. 1. Flip Murray emerged as a decent guard that could penetrate. 2. We found that running the offense through Webber worked like magic. Then two things happened when we returned home. 1. Chauncy, in a big article complained that he didn't know his role anymore when the offense ran through Webber. His complaints were powerful and heard, so Flip ditched the offense that worked so well, and we went back to Chauncy as the facilitator. 2. Hunter was returning to form, and slowly but surely, he pushed Murrays minutes further down. IMO, these two thing simply killed us. When we hit a team that could shut our guards down(great job by Mike Brown), the logical answer should have been to move the offense through another focal point... Webber. This would have allowed the guards to get more movement without having primary responsibility for controlling game flow. With that accomplished, we should have been able to minimize most of the turnovers. Unfortunately, it's hard to make an adjustment to a scheme that you abandoned months ago. My point is that Chauncy is at the bottom of this, and Flip caved, knowing how successful we were using Webber. Even so, you have to credit the Cavs coach. We killed them in the regular season, but he came up with a plan to hit us at our weakest position, the ball distributor. It worked like a charm, the engine of our offense never really got started. Now maybe Joe will get this team the help they need, and it's not much. We really only need two things. 1. A real Big Man, we can't play with big team. and, 2. A bonafide scorer off the bench(a penetrating guard or sf) Other than that, just draft well, and make smart trades with all the good pieces we already have.