Stu Douglass has gotten a decent share of grief for doubling up on Jordan Taylor last night and not sticking with his man. After watching the video again, this is wrong.
As the play begins, Stu is matched up with Taylor. Hardaway is guarding the inbound (Gasser). Nankivil bodies into Novak, but no one actually sets a screen on Douglass as he follows his man (Taylor) to the ball. After the inbound is made, Hardaway makes no effort to follow the inbounder (Gasser) as he loops behind Taylor. Douglass seems to notice Gasser looping behind him and hesitates as to whether or not he should switch and give Taylor to Hardaway. He points to Hardaway as though there should be a switch. That hesistation is probably the killer in the whole sequence.
We don't know exactly what Beilein's plan was, but he did say in the post game that he didn't plan on giving help. If it was supposed to be a straight man coverage, Hardaway dropped the ball by completely abandoning his man (Gasser). If they were supposed to exchange, I don't see how Douglass (or anyone) could have pulled that off. If he tracks Gasser as he passes him by, Taylor is going to pull up for an in rhythm, open look before Hardaway closes on him. If he sticks completely to Taylor, they get a decent double team and maybe Taylor can't make that pass to Gasser, but if he can, he's WIDE open.
Anyway, point is, I don't think it's as clear that Douglass botched the defensive assignment on the play as people would make it out to be. He didn't leave his man to double Taylor. Taylor was his man.