Mike Brown: Going About Things Cavalierly

May 10th, 2010 by Tom DeRiggi Leave a reply »
If you told me before the Cavaliers-Celtics series that the series would be tied 2-2 after four games, someone would have a 29-18-13 and his name is not LeBron James, and Cavs losses had LeBron deferring to his teammates during crunch time, I would have told you that you were either high, or you're living in a fantasy world. You know, something like the island on LOST.

Yesterday afternoon, we "witnessed" another ho-hum game from the Cavaliers and another inspired effort from the Cavaliers, which got me thinking, is this really on LeBron and company, or does it go deeper than that?

While I understand that the players play the game, and they are the ones who ultimately determine the outcome, but at some point coaches do step in to lead the team back on course once they stray off?

There's a reason why these coaches are making millions of dollars. They do actually help the team, unless you're the Cavaliers. Last year, I wrote that Mike Brown was in the bottom 10 coaches in the NBA, and he is the absolute WORST adjustment-maker in the NBA. And this is standing true to today.

We saw him last year not adjust in the Orlando series, ultimately lo ...

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