Doc Rivers (Celtics coach, 2004-13): When I first got there, we had a major falling out. I said, “Paul, are you a good shooter, or a great shooter?” He said, “I’m a great shooter.” I said, “Well, then you’re taking bad shots.” We come in, and I told him, “Paul, you’ve got to move the ball. Every time the ball hits your hand it stops, and that allows the defense to guard you. All I want you to do is move it, quickly, then come back to it and attack. And if you do that, then your percentage is going to go up. Because now the defense can’t load up on you.” But he wouldn’t do it, early on.