Aside from Donovan’s coaching efforts this past season with a retooled Thunder playoff team — ultimately making him a candidate for coach of the year — his experience and presence highlights the true components in developing this new culture the new Bulls management is emphasizing right away.
Melo’s attempt to create a winning legacy in New York during his prime years came with a price he in the end was not willing to pay, a price that has taken him to an unfamiliar place of unemployment within the league.
Many people are wondering is Westbrook the problem for the Thunder’s lack of postseason success? Part of the blame should rest with Russ, but he is not the sole virus exacerbating the Thunder’s contagious struggles.
The first round of this significant playoff season is one that could be signalling a new era of basketball, an era of basketball that does not include the king of the postseason, LeBron James.
Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook seems to always have bad blood when it comes to fan interactions when on the road in the NBA, especially in Utah.
‘Tis the season for all NBA fans to celebrate because the annual Christmas basketball showcases have officially arrived.
The NBA doesn’t give us much opportunity to miss it anymore but that doesn’t make Opening Night any less special as we approach it again today. To the contrary, the ever-busy off-season sort of makes tonight a rare climactic moment that will introduce a season full of them.
“In The Scope With Joshua M. Hicks” is a weekly column from the Managing Editor of WARR
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