The Thunder put a wrap on the 2013-14 season at their practice facility on Sunday. Here’s a recap of the important parts:
- Scott Brooks started his closing media session thanking the media. You’re welcome, Scotty. We just want to get better next year.
- Brooks: “Offensively, we have moved the ball. I think three years ago, we were last in assists. I think this year I think we were in the mid 13 or 14. I think we can get into the top 10. That’s something that we want to be better at, we want to be a better passing team. We have improved in that area. Sometimes we want it now, like we all do, but it takes time to get better every day.”
- In the series against the Spurs, the Thunder actually did a better job passing the ball than they did against the Grizzlies, but the contrast between styles was still obvious. In the six games, the Spurs averaged 334.8 passes a game and the Thunder 252.3, per SportVU. Keep Reading…