Back to DeMar... He had no business being on the floor at that point in the game, but as others have said, it's not his fault that he was put on the court. I'm not sure what Triano was expecting to happen by taking out one of our most productive defensive players with only a few minutes remaining but it definitely came back to bite us in the ass.
Triano has said, about the PG's, that the one who has been playing the best throughout the game will most often finish it. So why wouldn't this be the case with our wing players? When you're in a close game that looks to be going down to the wire, wouldn't you want to keep stopping their top scoring threats? And it's not as if Julian was an offensive liability, he was hitting open shots and making good cuts to the hoop. So clearly the blame has to be on Triano and staff.