“Our defense is terrible,” said an angry Van Gundy after Sunday’s loss to the Raptors . “It really is. It’s terrible.”
All-Star starter Kyle Lowry backed that statement up when he took a page out of the Andre Miller playbook, faked a time-out and then scored on a layup against the Pistons.
That was Lowry’s first bucket in the game and he only scored 11 but did have 8 assists and came away with the W against the Jenning-less Pistons. If you were wondering how bad the Pistons missed Jennings yesterday, he had 34 points and 10 assists when the two teams met earlier in the month.
Now let’s take a look at a few fake time-outs from the master.