In the G2 game of the Western Conference Finals, Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis made a three-point buzzer buzzer. The hole in the defense of the Nuggets player Pramley allowed the thick eyebrows to seize the opportunity. However, this is not just a mistake made by Plumlee, but also the Nuggets coach Malone also had problems with the last minute deployment of troops. So in the history of the NBA playoffs, are there any examples of coaching errors that let the team ruin the game victory? Lets come look!
In the G6 game, the Spurs are already 3-2 ahead of the Heat. As long as they win this game, the Spurs can successfully win the championship. At that time, in that game, the Spurs led Duncan to firmly control the situation in the first three quarters. Duncan scored 20 points in the first half. Stone Buddha with 30 points and 17 rebounds made the Heat on both ends of the game. Seems helpless. At the end of the first three quarters, the Spurs led the Heat by 10 points 75-65, and it looks like they are getting closer to the championship.
However, at the last moment, when the Spurs still led the Heat by 5 points, Popovich actually replaced Duncan. This is because the Heat were desperately shooting three-pointers at the time, so Popovich saw this and then simply replaced Duncan, who was physically exhausted, and replaced them with a more flexible lineup to fight the Heat's three-pointers. This also led to the Spurs' three-pointers. The height dropped sharply, the highest was only 2.03 meters Dior, which caused Wade and Bosh to easily grab two rebounds.
At that time, Bosh grabbed a key rebound and passed it to Ray Allen. After receiving Bosh's pass, Ray Allen completed the shot of the century. In the end, the Heat narrowly defeated the Spurs and won the game. The two sides in the G7 game finally The Heat continued to win and won this year's championship.
当时，波什（Bosh）抢下一个关键篮板，将其传给了雷·艾伦（Ray Allen）。在收到Bosh的通过之后，Ray Allen结束了本世纪的射击。最终，热火险些击败马刺并赢得了比赛。在G7比赛中，双方终于赢得了热火并赢得了今年的冠军。
In this round of the series, Dunleavy’s Clippers played inextricably with the Suns and entered the game of G5. At that time, the Suns led by 3 points with 40 seconds left in the fourth quarter and Kassel made the final 3-pointer. On hit, he helped the Clippers drag the game into overtime.
In overtime, the Clippers had a 111-108 lead at the last minute. However, what is puzzling is that Dunleavy actually suffered from rookie Daniel Ewing when the sun called a timeout. You know, the Suns were the team with the highest three-pointer percentage in the NBA that year, averaging 10.2 three-pointers per game and shooting as high as 39.9%.
Perhaps, Dunleavy wanted to use Ewing to defend the Suns' three-pointer offense, but, you know, Ewing didn't play for a minute before he played at the last moment of the game. In the first four games, he played only 3 minutes in total.
Therefore, it is obviously unpredictable to send a rookie at such an important moment. Sure enough, in the end, the Suns scored a three-pointer at the buzzer and won the game in the second overtime. As a result, they led their opponents 3-2 on the big score, and finally, in the G6 game, the Suns won and advanced to the Western Conference finals.
Before the Eastern Conference finals in 2013, the Heat had a very strong momentum. They only lost one of the 9 games in the first two rounds of the series. However, in the Eastern Conference Finals, they faced the Pacers and actually won 7 games against their opponents. More importantly, if Vogel did not make a mistake in the formation at the last minute, then maybe that year. In, the Pacers have a chance to enter the finals.
In the G1 game, with 10 seconds left, the Heat once led the opponent 101-99. At this point, Paul George made a successful three-point foul, and he helped the team to overtake the score 102-101 with 2.2 seconds left in the game.
At the time, the Heat called a timeout, and at this time, Pacers coach Vogel actually let Hibbert sit on the bench. You know, Hibbert was the team's inside pillar and also a defensive top. During that season, he averaged 2.6 blocks per game, ranking fourth in the NBA.
Due to the emptiness of the Pacers inside, in the last 2.2 seconds, the team gave James a chance. After James received a pass from Battier, he made a layup and killed the opponent. Although the Pacers have won three games since then, they lost to their opponents by a big score of 3-4.
In other words, if the Pacers had won the G1 victory at that time, would they have entered the finals?