The playoffs are all about adjustments, and the Spurs promptly countered in Game 2. They rarely let Gasol or Randolph make a one-on-one move in the lane, sending doubles, hedging defenders and generally trying to clog up the paint as much as possible. By concentrating their defense in the paint, they dared Memphis to beat them from the outside. And the Grizzlies, without injured star Rudy Gay, were unable to take advantage, shooting 3-14 from long-range. In crunch-time, you don’t need to assign a lock-down defender to Richard Jefferson (usage rating: 15.4) or George Hill (usage rating: 18.2), so the Grizzlies might want to keep their best perimeter shooter — OJ Mayo — on the floor.