ESPN's John Hollinger on the difference Rick Carlisle and his staff--including, ahem, Dwane Casey--made in the finals. Here's a snippet: "Let’s start with the zone defenses. Dallas was widely regarded as the league’s best zone team throughout the season, thanks in part to the two 7-footers in the frontcourt, but also due to Carlisle’s willingness to switch to it and assistant Dwane Casey’s ability to teach it. (Seriously, would somebody give Casey another a head-coaching gig already?)" How about us? Imagine, teaching that somehow manifests itself in learning on the other end!