Earl Watson deserves more credit than he was given. He had at least two very
timely steals, and a great block to go along with his running the transition
offense to perfection.
"..Enes Kanter also provided the team with a great defensive
effort."Talk about the understatement of the century. Maybe
you should take a look at what Aldridge did offensively after they put Kanter on
him.He was scoring over Millsap and Favors basically whenever he
wanted.It is amazing how some players simply fold up when a big body
like Kanter gets physical with them. It made a huge difference to the outcome
of the game. Aldridge no longer was able to get his shot off with
the ease he did prior. Kanter pushed/bumped him before, during, and after
(sometimes). Aldridge is soft and does not like pysical play and the result show
it. He loves to shoot jumpers and fadeaways.
Kanter keeps it up and is looking at being ROY!!