http://www.nba.com/rockets/video/2013/01/23/postgame012313pattersonmp4-2363120 "If we get down and sometimes, somebody wants to make plays to get us back in the game, and then that leads to excessive dribbling, you know, trying to pass it at the last minute, trying to put the game on your shoulders, you know, and James is a great, great player, don't get me wrong. James is our best player, hands down. You know, but we all try to make plays for ourselves and sometimes for our teammates, when really we should just pass the ball, move the ball, set screens, sacrifice ourselves to make this team a better team. When you get down, you tend to have plays where people want to make the big home-run play, pretty much, and we have to stop doing that. We have to learn to trust in the system, trust our teammates, and pretty much just share the ball. Because when we share the ball... we get to the free throw line, we knock down our shots, and then we have big wins." I do think when things are not going our way James tends to force things which then leads to TOs which then leads to ISOs. However I think the other players need to MOVE off the ball to help with the ball movement, how many times do we see everyone just staring at the ball handler for the entire possession? Either way though, James is still so young, being THE guy is still a learning process for him. Anyway, the coaches suck.