We didn't get into (offensive) sets quick enough. And that's too good of a defensive team to not run sharp sets.
Once you get the draw, everybody's trying to find out information on who they play.
It's tough because it limits our rotation. You definitely lose some offense. Fortunately, we've got tough kids that maybe played above their skill level and stepped up.
We've been there, so it's not a new process for them. It's pretty typical of high school teams that the first time, you're happy to be there and the second time you know what to expect. The third time, you understand what to do.
Now I don't have to worry about that.
Every little thing you can do wrong, we did it. That's how you lose games.
I don't mind playing at night. In some ways, it's easier if you can keep your routine.
Without her, it will be tougher. All the players will have to find more ways to contribute to compensate for our loss of her for the season.
Defense is all about hard work. Defense is something we stress. We want to make them work hard to get their shots.
We made the decision to come out and press. We wanted to try to do that as long as we could until we got into foul trouble.
I was a little conservative, I suppose. But you've got to trust the kids you've got out there.