Whew. What a game and a big win.
Hopefully, the team can use this as a springboard. The biggest change/positive I saw last night was consistent, strong effort on D (a few exceptions, but much better than it has been).
When this team commits to playing D the way it can (looking at you, Pressey, Ross, Brown, Bowers), the ceiling is very high.
"You gotta love livin', cause dying is a pain in the ass."