I just finished watching the DVR of Jeremy's 1st/2nd quarter 6 minute stint. After reading the comments here, I was expecting a lot worse. It wasn't what I had hoped for as he didn't finish well and had a lazy turnover. However, after getting his pocket picked by Bradley early on, he settled down and handled it OK. He was able to get into the paint as usual and was active around the ball. His drive to his left past Bradley was called a block but in slow mo it looked like he had Jeremy's arm hooked. Overall, Jeremy was solid but not spectacular. However, his -1 plus/minus looks spectacular compared to Tony Douglas's -9.