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Thread: So...Is Casey a Good Coach or a Bad Coach?

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    ahh yes

    I never took part in those. He was always a good coach in my opinion.

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    Quote Craig wrote: View Post
    ahh yes

    I never took part in those. He was always a good coach in my opinion.
    I believed Doug Smith when he said "Coaches get too much credit for wins and too much blame for losses."

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    I think Casey is a good defensive coach, a poor offensive coach, and a coach who has had a questionable in game decision making track record. I believe his coaching staff before this season was a detriment to his poor qualities. This season the coaching staff seems much better and since Casey is the head coach he gets the praise.... Along with the ridicule.
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    I only know what I see on the floor.

    The team is playing well.

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    Default Seriously, what the EFF is going on?!

    I just don't understand Dwane Casey.

    Prior to the trade, he had some ridiculous coaching habits.
    regularly playing 10-12 guys per game.
    He was matching up with the opposing lineups (i.e. if they go small, we go small, etc.)
    He was playing Novak and Fields regularly as PF.
    He would play Lowry and whatever backup PG we had in 2 or 3 gaurd lineups.
    He didn't know how to call a timeout
    he sat our best players until the games were well out of reach

    And then the trade happened. Now all of a sudden, he has a strict 9 man rotation, and knows how to coach consistently?

    It's like night and day. Does anyone have an explanation for this? It seems he knew the whole time what our identity was and what he wanted this team to be. Why not enforce this earlier with his in-game management?

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    He just turned off his "expect unexpected" habit.

    All is good. We'll have new coach by next season anyway.

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