"As a coach you always have the Sam and Eddie question," said Rivers, who actually hadn’t been asked the Sam and Eddie question. "Obviously, if Sam is playing well, then there is no Eddie question. If Sam plays poorly, then there is an Eddie question.
"I’m smart enough to get that point. Other than that, we’re happy with what we’re doing."
Rivers’ comments did beg this question: Exactly what does the coach plan to do with both players?
"We’ll see when the game starts," he said.
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