Yes, games you're suppose to win and win when it matters most. No one said he doesn't have good wins because he has beaten GS and Cavs but it voids those wins when you lose home games you should win and road games when you lose big leads.
The Celtics should be the #1 seed by now. The Cavs have dared us to take it and we haven't. I hope we can step up tonight but it's coming off a back to back after a tough game yesterday, so we shall see.
One thing I'm tired of seeing is us build a lead and as soon as KO and Jerebko enter the game together, the lead dwindles...watch what I tell you. I never like those two playing together...teams just have a layup and volleyball drill in the paint. I'd like to see Green more often against athletic, up and down teams.
If you think that losses automatically void big wins, then I have to ask whether any team can win big games. Sure, Cleveland beat the Warriors once, but they also lost all 3 games against the Bulls and lost to the 18-30 Mavs and 18-27 Pelicans at the end of January, so their big wins don't count. And the Warriors? Sure, they beat the Cavs and Houston once, but they also lost (at full strength) by 20 to the Lakers lost to the 25-30 Nuggets by 22 points, so their big wins don't count either. Even the Spurs get their great wins against Cleveland and the Warriors nullified by losses to Orlando and the 17-30 Mavs at home. Even last year's Warriors dropped a home game to the 26-52 Timberwolves at home despite having a 12 point lead with less than a minute and a half left in the 3rd quarter.
So, sure, by the criteria of big wins being wiped out by losing games you should win, Brad has never won a big game. But neither have Pop, Kerr, and Lue. I would take a look at those criteria and figure out if every coach in the NBA is bad or if your criteria are just unreasonable, because every team loses games, including ones they should win