3 Coaches Facing Most Pressure To Succeed In Postseason

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As we inch closer to the start of the NBA playoffs, many teams are turning their focus to what it takes to compete for a championship. 

Some teams however have major question marks surrounding them, specifically at the head coaching position. 

The one common factor year-in and year-out though is that while the players may catch some of the blame on a bad season, the head coach is always the first one to take full responsibility for the lack of success during a season or during their tenure.

While you hate to see anybody lose their job, sometimes a change in leadership is necessary for a team to either reach their full potential or to finally start winning games again or better yet, make a run in the postseason. 

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Over the last several years, we have seen plenty of coaching changes that have happened that have really helped some organizations go from being middle-of-the-pack or low-end teams to being some of the best in the league. 

Coaching changes are a big part of any NBA offseason and depending on what happens in the playoffs, there could be a few changes being made league-wide.

With that said, let’s take a look at three head coaches who may currently find themselves facing a ton of pressure with the playoffs set to begin in a matter of weeks. 

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