"Do the next right thing right."
-Coach Don Meyer
Meyer coached that their goal should be small and immediate: Execute the next play properly. That’s all. When you had the ball on offense, you focused on making the right decisions in that moment and executing correctly, with the proper mechanics. Each time the team was on defense, the challenge was the same. This is why Meyer stopped and started practices constantly, to loudly note that players had approached the trap the wrong way, or that there was a moment when the ball could’ve—and should’ve—gone into the post, or that the offensive player who had position in the post had not demanded the ball effectively. Meyer did not place emphasis on the whole, on the final score; he wanted his players to do each small thing with excellence—knowing that if they did that successfully, if they properly focused on the process and not the product, then the end result would be great.
From "How Lucky You Can Be: The Don Meyer Story" by Buster Olney