Has Brown done enough in the eyes of the front office to earn another season, or have they seen enough? Before the NBA hit the pause button, the Sixers might have been the league’s most inconsistent team.
Like Brown in Philadelphia, D’Antoni’s future in Houston was likely going to hinge on how the Rockets performed in the 2020 postseason, and it still might if the season is ultimately resumed. If the Rockets ultimately fall short – again – in the playoffs with their new and extreme small-ball attack, or the season is completely canceled, the two sides could part ways when D’Antoni’s contract is up after the season.
All of Washington’s issues this season can’t be pegged on Brooks, especially when you consider the fact that the team had to deal with major injury issues, namely to All-Star guard John Wall, who missed the entirety of the season due to a ruptured left Achilles tendon.