Thunder: Scotty Brooks’ low profile
Scotty Brooks told a great story Monday, about having dinner at Classen Curve’s Republic on Sunday night after the Thunder’s Game 7 victory over Memphis. Nick Collison and Nazr Mohammed came in together for dinner, and the crowd gave them a standing ovation.
I asked Brooks if he had received a standing O, too. No, he said, “I was very disappointed.”
That sin of omission was partly fitting, since Collison and Mohammed drew the bruises and sweat from battling Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol. But it also is interesting, don’t you think? Doesn’t it serve to show that Brooks’ profile hasn’t come close to peaking in OKC?
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