My main concern with his coaching is his evaluation of the talent and his ability to put the right combination of talent on the floor. Now from what I been seeing he is putting 4 offensive players on the floor and adding in 1 defensive player and expecting to change the dynamic of the players on the floor. When calderon, kleiza, and bargani are on the floor together it doesn't matter whether you throw julian or davis in there you are not going to get stops constantly. Opposing teams just spread the court and the defensive player he just put in is useless because they can't help ie the new york game. On the reverse side you can have 4 defensive players and 1 offensive player and run a offense ie detroit championship teams with isiah and rip, indiana team with reggie, philly team with iverson, and new york team with allen houston.
Now for 4 mins of tonights game I seen alabi, davis and julian on the floor together, thats 7'5, 7'2 and 7'0 in wingspans. I don't know about anyone else but I want to see defense, let barbosa, weems or bayless run around through 50 million screens and walk in for a open lay up or dunk. the game is too easy triano and his line ups make the game look too hard.