Grizz OK playing Hubie Ball
Back when Hubie Brown broke into the NBA with the Milwaukee Bucks as an assistant in 1972, he took notice of a couple things. First, the team was pretty good; it had won the NBA title in 1971 and, in his two years in Milwaukee, the Bucks would win 119 games and finish first in their division each season.
Second, he saw what happens, firsthand, when guys who think they should be playing are, in fact, not playing. The latter observation shaped his coaching philosophy to this day.
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