A lot of people were picking them over Oklahoma City (in the preseason), I never saw that because I thought they had holes of depth, of shooting, of the ability to have enough guys to fit in to roles and help others to play better, but I certainly thought they would be a top four team in the West. It hasn't worked that way. Some of it is injury and they've had a lot of injuries and most of it is they haven't controlled what they can control, which is your attitude, your effort, your passion and your unselfishness. You're sacrificing what you want for the good of the team.
Does Brooklyn Nets interim coach P.J. Carlesimo, a former Thunder coach, deserve the job full-time?
I think he has handled a tough situation (as an interim coach) incredibly well. Because of the (Latrell) Sprewell incident, when P.J.'s name is brought up, that's where a lot of people go. I go to a guy who has been a very good basketball coach for a very long time. And certainly, if they keep playing like this, he's going to have that job and rightfully so.