After going 0-4 on a Western Conference road trip (and losing seven of the past eight games) the Pacers finally terminated their coach, Jim O'Brien. And all I can say is, it's about freakin' time.
Assistant coach Frank Vogel was named head coach for the rest of the season. He could only be an improvement on O'Brien, who was always looking for the quick fixes, not permitting any continuity, and minimizing the efforts of young guys who worked hard.
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After leading the Atlanta Hawks to a 37-45 record, their first playoff berth in nine years and helping them stretch the top-seeded Boston Celtics to seven games in the first round, Mike Woodson was retained as the Hawks' head coach with a two-year extensi...