Daily News: Net bench takes backseat
"Our bench last year was much better," said Scott, whose team had yesterday off and plays host to Indiana tonight. "And basically it's the same guys."
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"It seems like every day it's a new guy or someone in there," Harris said. "I would say as far as the substitution (pattern) . . . last year we had a consistent rotation where you knew exactly when you are going in and what players are going in and playing on a consistent basis with that person. This year it has been kind of different.
"It messes it up a little bit," Harris continued. "One little wrinkle with this offense and you can look terrible out there. You've got to find the right combination, stay with it and be consistent."
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"With this offense, one guy can mess up the whole play," Harris said of the danger of playing so many different reserves. "That is the complexity of this offense. It is not a normal setting. If you got one or two guys not running the right route, you can mess it all up."
Harris later said that he and "everybody" else needed to play better. "There is no flow," he said.