Originally Posted by blindzebra
and if our offense can score more, letting Zimmer gamble more on D.
I think that is a big key there.
When you play from behind or with a small lead the D is a little more conservative. I think that was one of our problems last year. When you look at other teams that had more turnovers it would be nice know if they got alot of them when they were ahead and the other team was forcing to try and come back. It would not suprise me if that was the case.