"I want to change things as to how we play the game over the years because we don't have, nor do too many other teams, have the dominating low- post presence that we had with [Alonzo Mourning] or San Antonio has with [Tim] Duncan, or Los Angeles has with [Shaquille O'Neal]," Riley told the Sun Sentinel. "We're attacking this thing differently."
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