“They (Miami) had a more intelligent plan against Roy Hibbert than New York did, and we’ve got to adjust.” – Pacers Coach Frank Vogel
Tommy DeeTo me, Vogel is 100% right and this is coming from someone who wanted the Knicks to continually attack Hibbert to test his strengths. Had I known Melo had a torn labrum, I would have thought differently. What Miami has done is support the baseline, something the Knicks would have done well to add Marcus Camby’s catch and dunking prowess or even more to the point Amar’e Stoudemire. They made strides in trying to solve Hibbert in Game 5 but inexplicable failed to replicate them in Game 6.
I don’t find Vogel’s comments out of line personally. Do you?