"The only way I can process this is it's not about O's and X's, rebounds, turnovers or anything like that. Kawhi being gone, I don't think as I watched ... I don't think they believed. And you have to believe. I don't think as a group they really did, which means probably a little bit of feeling sorry for themselves psychologically, subconsciously, whatever psycho-babble word you want to use. I don't think they started the game with a belief, and it showed in the lack of edge, intensity, grunt, all that sort of thing. That was disappointing."
"LaMarcus has to score for us. He can't be timid. He turned down shots in the first quarter. He can't do it. You've got to score. Scoring has to come from someplace. I think he's got a major responsibility in Game 3 to come out and get something done, whether it's for himself or his teammates."
"I watched the end of last game, and I saw how they were doubling and they were trying to crowd me. So I thought I would come out and try to move the ball. But I ended up taking myself out of rhythm and out of the flow of the game. But I'll be better. I just wanted to try to take advantage of the digging on me and doubling in the baseline and doubling from the middle too. At times there were three guys there. But I took myself out of it. It won't happen again."