Tayshaun May Shut it Down Tonight

by April 24, 2009

Prince, who has six points total in the series’ first two games, won’t force the action with his achy back in Game 3: “I will give whatever I can give,” he said. “It felt better today (Thursday), but at the same time, I didn’t go at game speed. I am not the type of person to give excuses about injuries because I know both Rasheed and Rip (Hamilton) played hurt for us this season. “But this is the pivotal game, so if I am not getting anything going early, I will let Arron (Afflalo) and those guys take the load.”