This explains a lot as a lot of comments have come, mainly from Harden, how he had little trouble learning the offensive sets (basically none) and adjusted easily. We've also seen it ourselves in these first three games that there was a not a lot happening besides Harden and Lin having the ball, pick and roll and that's it. Let's hope they have more in mind now for Harden than just that pick and roll and glad they are at least trying to have some sets for Harden. If we didn't have Harden, we definitely would've been bottom team if our coaches went with this free flow identity. So we should be counting our lucky stars that we have Harden now since that free flow offense, just pick and rolls, moving the ball with no plays called will not work in the long run, especially when you don't have the talent nor the right coach. Ironic that they didn't use any plays from Adelman last year but now they wanted to go with a free-flow offense... It probably has to do with rookies not remembering plays, Mchale already limited in his X's en O's but to go to a free flow offense and basically giving up on your implementation of a system is kind of weak. It does show McHale can adapt to a group of players but to decide in pre-season that you're not giving it time to develop is a bit shocking to me.