The key to really being effective at blocking shots is for the shooter to think he’s gotten away. And that way you can block it, you can control it. You don’t knock it in his stance, you treat it like…when the ball leaves his hand you treat it like a rebound, you hit it to some place that you can get it. And so that block with Chet was part of the plan. You see the one thing that my coach and I, we used to always talk about, the least amount of things you leave to chance, the better off you are. And so we were — offensively and defensively — always on the attack, because Red used to say, “I don’t need to scout, I don’t need to scout.” I said, “Red, why don’t you need to scout?” “The hell with them. I don’t worry about what they do, let them worry about what we’re going to do.”