Here's the bigger question: Does Kevin Durant still want
If the answer is yes, then Oklahoma City will sign Brooks to an extension. Why is it taking so long? The
The Thunder lost the title to the
The moves the Thunder need to make next are finding another shooter and an offensive threat at center before fiddling with the coach.
No need to force change
Well, if Phil Jackson wants to come out of retirement, of course you consider someone better than Scott Brooks.
Short of that, you stick with Brooks. Perhaps he isn't the best X's and O's coach in the world. But his players respect him and they play hard for him.
Young coaches can get better. In particular, the Thunder need to improve on the offensive end, where they tend to be predictable and stagnant at times.
Brooks has guided his team to the conference and
What more can you ask?
It's way too early to even consider getting rid of Scott Brooks. The Thunder reached the NBA Finals, where they lost to an experienced Heat team. What more can you ask of him?
If anything, just look across the way at Heat coach
The Thunder are a young, rising team. It would be silly to remove Brooks at this point because he deserves at least the opportunity to prove he can coach. If he fails next in the next two seasons, then perhaps make a change. Until then, give Brooks time.
He will only get better
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Scott Brooks has grown with this young team and has grown into a good coach. He has a system in place that the Thunder already know will work.
Why change that? Just because Brooks and the Thunder lost to the Heat in the NBA Finals?
If Brooks is not the right choice, then who is? There are so few coaches out of jobs that have won
Brooks will only get better as a coach.
It seems pretty obvious that Thunder All-Stars Kevin Durant and