It's not the complete solution, but it sure seems like the Blazers would do MUCH better against Tony Parker going under screens, rather than chasing him around screens. The Spurs set good screens. It seems like every time the Blazers tried to fight through the screen or chase Parker around it, he ended up with a wide open shot or a layup. Parker's not going to step back and knock down a three pointer if you go under the screen. If his defender went under the screen they could cut off the easy cut to the paint that killed us in game 1 and cut off the wide open mid range jumper. Unless I'm missing something, this seems like it would be a far better strategy than we used in game 1.