Close your eyes and imagine a world where Lopez and Blatche were coached to have the same mindset as Reggie Evans. They would roam the baseline and roam the paint for position 75% of the plays They would set blinding picks with their massive bodies the other 25% of the plays. Those guys are talented on the perimeter. But they rely too much on their perimeter game. That must be stopped.
We have depth and we aren't using it. We should be attacking the paint area. Our games should be the longest. We should have the most foul calls. Every game should be a grind out game. Teams should hate playing us. We need to beat teams up with massive picks and banging. That's how you win championships by having that mindset from day 1.
Bottom line is, we have a big finesse front-line. Lopez (and Blatche) needs to adapt to the new team he has and get down low and dirty.