I liked the way he put things. He didn't criticize Hill for his play vs. Nash, but made it clear that they have to be more aggressive and make Steve work on D. And truthfully, though Parker was better at it than Hill, there were times when Nash was defending him and Tony should have been demanding the ball. Pop's post-game interview here: http://www.nba.com/video/channels/playoffs/2010/05/03/0040900221_sas_sound1.nba/index.html Transition D, baby. If the Spurs can execute on those two things, and maybe hit a few more threes and FTs, I feel pretty good about Game 2. p.s. Sorry for the duplicate "Shots"... I'm kinda like Bonner getting his own rebound and shooting again, lol.