On who's to fault for the defensive breakdown, K.C. said: "It was everybody. Depends on where the ball is; depends on what side on the floor the ball's on. When you're obviously putting two on the ball, trying to get the ball out of a scorer's hands, you've gotta' recognize and rotate and recover. The Bulls have essentially done a good job at that all season.
"For the most part, when they do these [double teams] against scorer's, you don't even recognize that they've done it -- because they do it so quickly and recover so quickly. The defense is tied together in shifts and recovers, but [in Game 4], like I said, ten straight points on layups and dunks."
The interview begins around the 1:00 mark and totals around eleven minutes:
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