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PBT Extra: What should we read into Sunday’s come-from-behind wins?

May 12, 2014, 4:39 PM EDT

After a slow start to the second round, we had some thrilling games on Sunday — two big come-from-behind wins, one for the Pacers, one for the Clippers.

What should we read into those? That is the topic Kay Adams and I take up in the latest PBT Extra.

Should Scott Brooks be getting all the heat for the collapse of the Thunder? (No, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook deserve plenty, too.)

Out East, are the Pacers back?

  1. redbaronx - May 12, 2014 at 6:47 PM

    @Kurt Helin – KD and Russell Westbrook deserve plenty of heat too? Sorry, but this is purely a coaching issue. KD is not a selfish player, but has to jack up shots and play hero ball because Brooks can’t figure out how to teach his team that ball movement tends to get players open under the basket. Or create mismatches. Or react to opposing coaches moves with counter moves. Scott Brooks might be the worst coach I’ve seen in the NBA since ….that guy they hired from Iowa to run the Bulls after MJ retired. Tom “what’s his name”.

  2. RavenzGunnerz - May 12, 2014 at 7:19 PM

    what i read is that Doc Rivers is a championship caliber coach, and Scott Brooks is not. Also, I read that Kevin Durant will be NBA Champion at one time, but he is still a young Dirk N. who allowed smaller players to guard him. There is no way in this world Chris Paul should be able to guard you. Lastly, Chris Paul is a true leader.

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