Season of changes is coming! - Billy Donovan out in OKC. I didn't expect that. It's by mutual agreement (as mutual as a guy leaving once his contract is over), which usually means he asked something to remain in OKC that the team wasn't willing, or able, to provide. In any case, it's going to be interesting who they choose to sign to lead such a young team (other than CP3). Donovan seems to be a candidate for other openings already (New Orleans, Philly, Indiana, Chicago...). - Miami beats the Bucks in 5. Totally unexpected, and the series should have been over in 4, in fact. Miami is a very good team, well-coached, with a good mix of young players and vets and really dangerous, wouldn't be surprised if they make the finals in this weird season. Milwaukee... other than Middleton, I'm not sure who's going to be back and who ain't. And that's going to matter a lot with Giannis becoming a free agent after next season. There's a chance he signs an extension this offseason, and I wouldn't be surprised if he does, but a second-round exit is far from what they expected. And no, he won't get traded if doesn't sign. Also, is Budenholzer safe? I think gets one more year at least, but his playoff record, not counting the first round, ain't exactly great. - Lakers are in control, and seems Houston won't have an easy time winning the series. PJ Tucker is a great role player, but they don't have an answer for Davis and Lebron. And they have nothing in their bench to help inside.