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"The patience of coaching a young team is something you just keep working and working on, and at...

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"The patience of coaching a young team is something you just keep working and working on, and at some point you'll see the progress," Saunders said. But what always happens with young teams, you see progress and then you're back. It's like that story about the rock, you know." [...] "No, the one where you keep pounding and pounding and pounding that rock," Saunders said. "After 200 times, nothing happens. And you think that's it. And then you hit it the 201st time and you start to see a crack. And hopefully, the older they get, the stinker games become less and less."

Flip Saunders to Mike Wise. A good read overall.
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