No, not literally, I just wanted to use that picture.
"When you’re in a funk like we’re in a funk right now — we’re in a four-game losing streak — we’re getting beat basically the same way every night," O’Neal said. "We make a run and the other team just keeps coming at us. It’s like you know what to do, and you’re trying to do it, but it just hasn’t happened. It really is disappointing, but we’re at a point now where we just have to win games. It’s not about talking anymore, or whatever it is that we may be thinking. "You want to do the right thing, make the shots and sometimes it’s just difficult. You put more pressure on yourself than is needed, and you see the mistakes in the game — turnovers, easy shots, rebounds, we’re pressing too much."
On on hand I hear what he's saying and I know he's just doing the reporters a favor by answering the questions, but in a way he's talking about not talking anymore. Enough already. They just need to go out there and do it.
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