Stan Van Gundy
“I feel bad for him, but I’m not going to stand up here and say that’s the reason,” Van Gundy said. “We’ve got good enough players to win.”
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“If you’re continuing to play really well, it changes the way you look at it,” Van Gundy said Wednesday.
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Detroit had just lost to Atlanta when a last-second 3-pointer missed the mark, but Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy noticed something unusual about the home crowd’s reaction.
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“Understand, nobody can do anything but tip it,” Van Gundy said. “Just form a f—— wall. That’s all we do.”
“Offensively, we continue to be awful. We’re really messed up right now. I mean, we’re really messed up as a team.
Butler scored 24 points in that game, but Van Gundy called the team’s third quarter “inexcusable” and said he was worried about the mental state of his team.
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