“As I said to Trae, Trae establishes our tempo,” McMillan said. “And I think he needs to play a little faster and be aggressive, be himself. So I just think that he is the guy that establishes the tempo that we want to play at, that is certainly up to him, and if he doesn’t have anything early, we want him to get us organized and play late.
“But I think what we’ve been doing is kind of been playing late, and really it’s because we’re taking the ball out of the net. We’re not forcing a lot of misses, so now you’re playing against a set defense. It starts with us on the defensive end of the floor getting stops, so that we can get the ball to him and get out into transition.”