I think a lot of running a franchise is like playing in a game -- there are lots of random flukes that drastically influence the outcome. You want to take the right shots. You can get the right shots and they just don't fall, while other people can shoot really bad shots but just get them to fall, but you just have to play the strategy that's most likely going to produce over larger samples. DL has, for the most part, maintained a good shot-selection. However, for the past year and a half he's been like the old Joe Ingles who would pass up open shots. The underlying idea is "pass up a good shot to get a better shot," but, just like with Joe, the best shot was really the wide-open one he had that he passed out of, which is what I feel DL has been doing. Right now we've got two seconds on the clock and DL just got the ball -- it doesn't matter how we thought we'd get a better shot anymore because whatever look he has in the next second is what we have to live with, and we better hope to hell it falls.