"Stop switching on the defense. Every man carries his own weight. Donít look for help. Keep guys in front of you," Frazier said. "... We see so many times, when the first team is out there and the second team starts to come out, [opponents] are walking to the basket and guys are looking at each other like, "What happened? You were supposed to do this, you were supposed to do that.' Obviously they are discombobulated sometimes on when to switch and when not to switch. They still haven't gotten that aspect of the game down on defense. We see it every night. Where they're very lackadaisical on the 'D' -- too many guys going to the basket uncontested."