The guys finally showed some passion at home and they played in what appeared to me as the most comfortable they've seemed all year. The forced desperation threes were non existent (for the most part). The offensive guard penetration was there...The drops in to Southall were timely... and I believe we now have a guard who isn't worried about his points. Rhet Hebert, along with Adam James hustled. Period. If Adam couldn't grab the rebound, he was punching out. Dwayne's game, as well as everyone else's was in a team rhythm. It was nice to see. I don't know what N TX's three point percentage was before the game, so I can't say that we were the reason for their troubles, but the Cajuns definitely played a tighter defense. My one question to throw out there is why did the motion offense start tonight? Did the team struggle for this long to execute the give and go or did Coach Lee just now start to emphasize it? It's about time. Everyone should continue to go to the games. They are improving and they now seem to be playing without expectation, meaning they know what they're capable of...they did not celebrate too hard after the win. They were supposed to be playing like this a long time ago.