"You start your key big with 3 fouls in the 2nd half. He draws his 4th early in the 3rd. And then u don't sub him immediately. I agree that it happens, but we can safely say we got that one wrong and I'm sure Andre would own it and want that one back if he could. "
I think this criticism is way over-emphasised. It doesn't hold up to logical scrutiny. Although perhaps my opinion on this is unconventional and in the minority. I have never liked the logic the must-immediately-remove-player-in-foul-trouble strategy, apart from employing it for players who excel down the stretch. Can anyone explain the logic otherwise?
Obviously, Spain was trying to foul Bogut out. If he was voluntarily taken off by Lemanis, then of course that achieves exactly what Spain is trying to do, especially while Gasol was still on court. Gasol would have taken over sooner. (By the way, recall that Bogut made 2 blocks between his 4th and 5th fouls). If we took Bogut out immediately after his 4th, Spain were just going to attempt to foul Bogut out as soon as he came back in. Same scenario eventuates, where, based on Spain's skill in sucking in refs to call the foul on Bogut, he was likely to be fouled out soon anyway. Alternatively, if Bogut wasn't going to get his 5th easily, then surely the strategy to keep him on court is valid, as we wanted to maximise Bogut's time on court.
Another factor is to decide when Bogut should be used. Clearly we needed him against Gasol as much as possible, who was on court when Bogut attracted his 5th. Also worth considering Bogut's free-throw percentage, so it is arguably better that he plays near the start of quarters rather than later in the quarter, in the case that Spain is in the penalty.
As far as I'm concerned, Bogut was in such foul trouble that if Bogut was taken off immediately after his 4th, had his minutes limited by Lemanis, then came back on and never received his 5th, Lemanis would be not achieving Bogut's maximum minutes for the game. So the real mistake would have been the coach restricting his minutes rather than trying to extract the maximum minutes possible by letting on-court events be the restricting factor.
If you are going to criticise Lemanis, I'd find something else more significant.