Sunday through Wednesday, Scott Brooks’ Tie brings you links to stories on your Oklahoma City Thunder, as well as his two cents on the matters at hand. Back home tonight, with hopefully a few more road trips left to go. Here’s your five: PG. This may be the sickest ad I’ve seen since Gatorade came [...]
The Memphis Grizzlies are showing a knack for closing out tight games against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
All that's left to prove is whether they can finish off a playoff series that's been nip and tuck throughout and move on to the Western Conference finals for the first time in franchise history.
In each of the first three games of the series, the go-ahead bucket was...
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It’s a shame the Los Angeles Clippers tanked their first round series with Memphis, because NBA fans were robbed of a potential inept coaching battle for the ages in the conference semifinals between Vinny Del Negro and Scott Brooks. Fortunately, Brooks is showing what could have been in the post-Russell Westbrook injury era, by sticking with the woeful historically awful Kendrick...
It’s not surprising that some OKC fans are beginning to question Scott Brooks’ ability to lead the Thunder to an NBA Championship. I’ve noticed that during timeouts, Brooks rarely draws up any game plans for his squad. He usually says something along the lines of, “Just go do your thing.”, then proceeds to let the talent take over. Or he’ll say somethng along the lines...
Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Scott Brooks was upset with the referees in the second quarter of their Game 3 matchup against the Memphis Grizzlies and ESPN’s cameras caught the curse filled exchange.
After the Thunder called a timeout, Brooks started talking with referee Ed Mallory.
Brooks: “Why isn’t it? Why isn’t it?”
Mallory: “Its marginal”
Brooks: “It doesn’t...
The only thing more shameful than Scott Brooks’ desperate Hack-Asik strategy during Houston’s 107-100 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday was this tandem flop by defensive black holes Derek Fisher and Kevin Martin.
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DENVER -- The Thunder wanted to win this one for their coach.
But it wasn't to be.
On Saturday, Lee Brooks, the 79-year-old mother of Oklahoma City coach Scott Brooks, had died in Northern California. Brooks decided to coach Sunday night against Denver at the Pepsi Center, but the Thunder fell short 121-118 in overtime.
We were trying to give him a win for his mom, said Thunder...
Oklahoma City Thunder coach Scott Brooks was on the bench leading his team in Sunday night's game against the Denver Nuggets one day after his 79-year-old mother's death.
Brooks said in a statement that he decided to coach the game because that's what he feels his mother, Lee Brooks, would have wanted.
''I appreciate the thoughts and prayers that are with my...
The Oklahoma City Thunder may not have won the NBA Championship but they still have a lot to celebrate.
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MIAMI -- Bill Stricker has an idea for Father's Day.
"A win would be a great present," Stricker said of Scott Brooks coaching Oklahoma City against Miami in Sunday's Game 3 of the NBA Finals.
No, Stricker isn't actually Brooks' father. But Brooks looks at him that way.
When Brooks was less than 2 years old and growing up in Lathrop, Calif., his father...