The biggest danger this team has chemistry wise is egos. I think the coach in his exit video (and other reasons) look geniunely hurt - like the kind of hurt you get when you have been undermined and you don't know what to do or say. I think when players start to tune out the coach, that what will hurt us the worst in the long-term. Yes, doing your own thing will win us a game or two, but long-term like in a series or the next year we can't when if we don't play as a united team. I strongly feel we can lose that identity. Kobe's detail session on Donovan Mitchell was helpful but one session is not a playoff series where you have to do something different game to game or multiple times a game. Some of the advice that Kobe works if you have a year or two training the entire team to do it. There is more than one way to win. There are reasons to put players in certain positions and not to be in another position if it takes your center out of the play. Going iso all the time hurt Gobert's offensive production and his net rating plummeted - Gobert who has been reliable on that end was suddenly lacking. We could have won one more game. Michael Jordan didn't start when championships until he bought into the team concept and let Phil Jackson coach. We have a damn good coach, we have a great center that needs the ball on the offensive end feed to him a team concept to win. We have a rising offensive superteam in Donovan and we have great team pieces. Let's not lose the coach.