On JD Notae's quick-strike offense vs. Colgate

“The beauty in some players is the freedom you allow them,” Eric Musselman said.

Musselman has used a baseball analogy more than once when talking about JD Notae’s play. He struck out in the first half Friday, but homered after halftime. On his big second half:

Great coaching allowing the freedom.

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Allowing freedom but demanding defense.

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