Steve Blake seriously KNOWS how to play the PG role. We haven't had a PG who is this composed and always in rhythm with what is happening on the court for a looonnnggg time. He keeps his dribble alive really well, always surveys the court, penetrates at the right time, finds his teammates in good rhythm, and just flat out knows how to play his position. I can't believe how quickly he has acclimated himself to the Triangle offense; he knows where his teammates are suppose to be, knows how to cut and shift for the right spacing, knows how to get his own shot within the confines of the offense.....it's just a thing of beauty to watch to have a competent PG like him.
On a little side note, among a few of the good plays he was involved in today, there was this one corner series he did with Pau in the 4th qtr I believe which really was a beauty to watch: Pau handed him the ball, set up a screen, Blake immediately knew to penetrate to garner the double team trap, bounce passed the ball back to Pau, Pau hesitates to shoot, gives the ball back to Blake, and Blake proceeds to set Pau up beautifully once again with the same set up. End result was Pau missed the shot, but that play really showed me Blake's composure and understanding of his role.