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Brett Brown chasing ‘that ball that hit the circle four times’

It took a basket prodigy from Kawhi Leonard for The Sixers’ awesome adventure to come to an end in 2019. More than a defeat and elimination, this last-second shot broke the franchise’s dynamic. Jimmy Butler left after playing fifty games, then Brett Brown was fired, and today, from that team, only Joel Embiid and Tobias Harris…

Three years later, and after two years away from the field, Brown returned to Tottenham as an assistant, and he spoke about this terrible setback against the Raptors. Inevitably, there are regrets, most notably in Jimmy Butler’s management.

It was very difficult. Really, really hard “He acknowledges this exclusion.” The ego, that DNA, is what keeps us going. I love competition. I love the group. I love the team environment. I always said I’d rather be a silly coach than be a silly leader and I ended up not being the leader. If I’m honest, I should have tried to connect the dots between Jimmy and Ben and Joel, and it still haunts me. »

In the back, the leaders prefer the bet on Tobias Harris that they offer him the max. Butler leaves. We know the rest…

When you have things like that going around and you know everything stops, there’s so much pressure on your shoulders that you say to yourself: We’ve tied two consecutive seasons with 50 wins and more, the first in 30 years, and we lost in the Eastern Conference semi-finals on a ball that hit Circuit Four. times before you come back…

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