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BScott said players were hammering Waiters afterwards for jacking the 3, but Waiters insisted it was right shot.
"I wouldn't take the shot back at all," Waiters said. "If I had a chance to do it again, I'd take the same shot...maybe get a little bit closer."
Then he laughed.
Scott told the players in the huddle to get the ball to Waiters and clear out.
"I guess I have to be a little more specific and say try to get to the basket," Scott joked. "I thought it was a perfect matchup for us. Then (Waiters) bailed him out by shooting a 3 that didn’t touch nothing. Luckily Zo was there to rebound the ball and put it in."
DeShawn Stevenson defended Waiters on the final play after Waiters destroyed him in the second quarter. That's why Scott wanted Waiters to get to the basket.