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Strategy behind the last two minutes of every Blazer game...

I've been wondering about something for a while now... and want to get your opinion on it.  In the majority of all the Blazer games in which Roy plays, the strategy employed for the last two minutes of the game is to isolate for Roy to go one-on-one against the other team.  Sometimes this works wonders.  Often it does not, especially when we were in a great rhythm just up to that point and this sudden change of pace throws us off and we lose our touch.  Also, although the strategy works some of the time in the regular season, I have to wonder whether it will work in the post season.  

In any case, I also wonder whether the strategy comes from Nate or Roy himself.   When we get to the last two minutes of a game, the change of pace always jumps out at me, and I often wonder out loud whether it is smart strategy. 

Do you think this is a good strategy?

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