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Jamahl Mosley: “I don’t think there was a loss of composure”

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Orlando Magic head coach Jamahl Mosley thought the group stayed composed/missed a lot of easy shots during yesterday’s 106-94 Eastern Conference First Round Game 7 road playoff loss vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers (blew an 18-point lead).

(via Orlando Magic):

Reporter: “When things started to snowball and the Cavs started to get rolling, was there any element where you felt like your team started to lose a little bit of its composure for the first time all series?”

Mosley: “No. I don’t think there was a loss of composure, I think there was an opportunity where we missed a lot of easy looks. We call a timeout, we come out and get a look that we want, it misses, they get off on the break and they run and get an easy layup. So it takes it out of you a little bit, but one thing about this team, they did not lose their composure. There was no whining. There was no moaning. There was no yelling. They were focused on how do we get the next stop, how do we string a couple stops together to get out and get some early offense.”

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