"It is obvious that everyone wants to win and play well. When you win or lose by one basket, you deserve to win as much as your opponent, and it was our turn to lose tonight. When you lose by such a narrow margin, small details always allow one of the two teams to win the game. If you win more quarters than your opponent, in the end, talent and the level of focus are the details that make the difference. If you see stats at first glance, we can see there is a huge difference in three-point shooting, 16% against 50%. Jayson [Granger] went on a shooting streak in the first half, scoring 14 points, the same he had at the end of the game. A lot of people will wonder how we didn't stop Jayson when we know him so well. When a player is hot, that confidence to take decisions, even to take long shots and hit them, makes him impossible to guard. We stopped him after that, but other players shot the ball with high percentages. We were afraid to play one-on-one defense and that allowed them to hit open three-point shots. We did not do well on defensive rebounds, getting only 16 and even when he outrebounded them, getting just 16 on our end stopped us from running the way we wanted. We also missed some comfortable shots which usually go in. We have to be able to play tougher and stop having so many ups and downs during the same game."