Dirk on Olynyk Using His Fadeaway Move: ‘Cold-blooded’
On Wednesday night, however, (Kelly) Olynyk honored (Dirk) Nowitzki in the most brazen way possible: He attempted to use his signature move against him.
After the game, Nowitzki was asked about Olynyk stealing his move.
“That was cold-blooded,” said Nowitzki, who suggested he heard an assistant coach shout that a one-footed ISO might be coming as Olynyk began to attack.
Source: Chris Forsberg of ESPN
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