Scott Brooks

Oklahoma City Thunder Head Coach

  • Born: 07/31/65
  • Age: 48
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 165
  • Seasons: 7

Goodbye to Grant Long, Hello to....?

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Who fills Long's seat? Desmond Mason? Nancy Lieberman? Al Eschbach?

Phil Naessens: is it time for Scott Brooks to go?

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This week, Naessens and Sherman talk about whether Scott Brooks is still the coach the team needs, and we look ahead to the NBA draft this Thursday. Listen in!

CBS Sports' Matt Moore on The Downstroke

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Join us on The Downstroke this week as our guest Matt Moore from CBS Sports and Hardwood Paroxysm breaks down the draft, the NBA Finals, possible free agent landing spots, expansion and much more!

Grading Perry Jones: will he ever make the leap?

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The second year player had his moments but you will not see them in the box score.

Down to Dunk: Nick Gallo talks Thunder Offseason

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Nick Gallo was kind enough to join the Down to Dunk crew to talk about this past season and what might happen this offseason. A lot of good insider information about Scott Brooks and player...

Thabo Sefolosha unsure if he remains in OKC

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We take a look at Thabo's role and how it's changed over the past couple of years.

Rehash: All is forgotten, nothing is lost

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Memory has faded on what occurred in Games 1 and 2. All of the focus and momentum seems to have fled the Spurs and now rests with the Thunder.

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Scott Brooks isn't as bad as his critics suggest

The Oklahoma City coach is often accused of holding back his superstar-laden team. But with the Thunder two wins away from the Finals, perhaps we should praise Scott Brooks for fostering an...

WTLC Playoff Podcast: Ibaka Returns, Looking Ahead

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We gauge Ibaka's return, critique the Thunder's training staff, and look ahead to the rest of the series.

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Spurs try for 3-0 series lead over Thunder

San Antonio has won the first two games in the Western Conference Finals by a combined 52 points.

Brooks has taken the Thunder as far as he can

Scott Brooks has done a wonderful job getting the Thunder to the doorstep of a title, but now is the time to find someone who can take them through it.

The Case Of The M.I.A. MVP

No fastbreak dunks? No zigzagging crossover drives to the rim? Only five free throw attempts? What happened to Kevin Durant?

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