Scott Brooks believes that Kevin Durant had a choice.
“[Durant] has the opportunity to catch and drive,” Brooks said of his star’s missed 28-footer in the waning seconds of Game 5. “I give KD that decision to make a play. Tough shot.” Continue Reading
I decided to rewrite “Scotty Doesn’t Know” by Lustra from the movie EuroTrip — one of my all-time favorites — to better illustrate the Thunder’s late game problems because, well, Scotty Brooks doesn’t know what’s going on. Continue Reading
What a series, huh? This years remarkable NBA Finals capped off with a remarkable Game 6, one watched by 23.5 million people, producing ABC’s best non-Oscar sunday in five years (and the most watched game 6 since Jordan beat the… Continue Reading
Amid the Thunder’s first-round postseason series with the Lakers, the NBA announced yesterday that the Oklahoma City head coach Scott Brooks was the recipient of the league’s coach of the year award for the 2009-2010 season. Despite his team’s trailing… Continue Reading