Anyway, Tatum is a great all-around player. He can do everything at both ends pretty well, and can really score. I have always thought Tatum's need to be the man to be like Kobe, has hurt his game and the Cs. Yesterday he turned the game around on D and made some huge shots. The Cs score by committee and when they get it going with Brogden, White, Al, and the Js they are putting 125+ on anybody. So as frustrating as it is to see Smart take the last two shots, they are a team offense and they find the open guy. That is who they are. Tatum, as the best all-around player has a difficult job needing to fill in what is needed each game, and in the last two games, despite shooting troubles, he has done that.