Cup of Joe. Coaching never stops for Brad Stevens

Grit, Grind N' Coach

"Late, we were a little bit off in what we were trying to do on the high pick just because we haven't been there together," Stevens said. "And so we literally walked into the locker room, drew it up and talked about it right after the game because we have a bunch of new guys. We're not practicing, so we've got to get better on the fly as we're thinking about it."
Source: Jay King, MassLive

These are the words of Coach Brad Stevens. He is explaining the events that transpired after defeating the Utah Jazz on a last second shot. That's right. Not a celebration. Not even a little music. A momentary smile, a power walk to the locker room, and a teaching moment.

Basically, he's Mark Wahlberg in the movie 'Fear,' but for coaching instead of Reese Witherspoon.

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Vintage WTHHT: What the Hell Happened To... Bimbo Coles
authored by TB727

In this week's episode of What the Hell Happened To?, we look back at the epitome of an NBA backup point guard. Vernell Coles was a 6'2 guard from Virgina Tech. That name may not ring a bell since you probably remember him by his nickname, Bimbo.

Bimbo Coles was drafted by the Kings in the second round of the 1990 draft but before ever playing for Sacramento was shipped to Miami for Rory Sparrow. He'd play with the Heat for his first 5.5 seasons, and actually put up over 10 ppg for three of those campaigns. Since the Heat were such a young franchise, Coles would actually set the Miami Franchise record for assists while he was there. There's a better chance of Kendrick Perkins making two consecutive free throws five straight times then of this record still being held.

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