That's right, Duncan has only been to the free throw line twice in two games. How does this happen in a playoff series? Duncan is finishing these games fresh; it seems like it is just a routine practice for him. Reggie Evans needs to be attached to the hip of Duncan for the rest of the series. It's not as if DJ's length is doing anything to slow him down. Reggie can be like a thorn in his side, rough him up, and make him earn it at the charity stripe. Fouling Duncan stops the game flow and this ballet that is the Spurs offense. Duncan needs to finish these games feeling like it was a war. Also, for that matter, Bledsoe needs be in whenever Parker is in and yes that means starting. We're starting these games too much in the hole with the Spurs dominant first quarters and having to always play up hill. With the injuries to Paul and Griffin, the advantage of the first team over our second team is gone, namely offense. I think we all agree that our second team plays better defense, so essentially with our first team you have similar offensive production with worse defensive production. The score needs to be in the 80's for us to win and you do that by being physical. I feel like the only adjustment VDN has made is,"let's close out on shooters harder", which really isn't an adjustment. It's like all the knowledge we gained from the Memphis series has been totally ignored. Parker and Duncan are the engines of this team- put them on the ground and you slow them down.