This past offseason, the Thunder fired Scott Brooks and hired college coach Billy Donovan. The knock on Brooks was obviously not being able to win a championship within that window despite having elite talent, as well as his lack of coaching specifically the lack of offensive sets the Thunder ran during the playoffs. Many questions were raised about Donovan's competency to coach in the professional level, specifically to inherit a team with elite talent, do what Brooks failed to do and succeed. About 28 games in and as of now, the Thunder are currently third in the West. I know it's still early, but...

is he a better coach than Scott Brooks? Is he utilizing his players correctly? Is Donovan the right coach for this team?