The stuff I've been complaining about has been there all year. I've started complaining after ASB.
I'm looking for consistently present and aware offense with right people in right places doing right things and right people initiating and play making. That would mean not ever posting up Green on DJ Augustin while you have Kawhi, Siakam and Lowry on the floor. Nothing good has come out of that. And rightfully so.
We won the game but that is not the benchmark for me. I've been quite clear that this series is great opportunity to improve. I don't mind the bad officials, tight game, missed shots or even turnovers to an extent.
I'm frustrated by lack of tactical consistency and attention to detail on offense where roles often get confused and mixed up, where spot up shooters are often asked to make plays while really good play makers spot up. That kind of thing was OK in regular season for development purposes. Now? Now it is bad. And while margin of error against Orlando is wide, as this win showed, it will be a lot smaller or non existent in future series.
That's a lot to ask for a coach in his first 3 post season games with a team that substantively changed its roster at the trade deadline.