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"In the triangle, everything was a set. There were basic reads that were constant, all the time. In this, it’s sort of reading the offense itself. You have to read the player you’re playing with in the situation.
For example, you can give to Kobe. He can do pretty much anything. You can do dribble handoff with him, you can do a screen and roll with him, you can play big-above. Whatever you want to do. Another player might not have all three of those things, so when you go to him you’ve got to play it differently. So just reading that with each and every guy, with a new team, we’ve got new guys out here in a new offensive system, it’s a bit difficult.”