The even more maddening this was that during the decisive run that got Brooklyn back in the game, the Bucks defense kept allowing Durant to go to his RIGHT. I know it's Durant and he is going to be good going to his left too, but you learn in middle school that if you have a choice you force a guy to his weak hand. It's easier to contest the jump shot when a guy's shooting hand is towards the middle of the court. The ballhandler has to take a split second longer to get the ball from his left hand to his shooting hand when he's pulling up.
Lopez has a huge advantage in terms of size over anybody the Nets have on the court. But if all he's going to do on offense is stand at the 3 point line where he might as well be a foot shorter for all he can accomplish, you can't win that matchup.