Forget about these guys. Toronto should name Andrea a player/coach. Have them stink it up for the year winning maybe 1-3 games and then claiming one of the top picks in next years draft
I think Kelvin Sampson is perfect for the raps. Lots of expierence in college with Indiana, Wash St, Spurs advisor in the nba, Good at developing young players, has a rep for defense , toughness.
Supposedly Frank withdrew his name from GSW.
Personally, on the list of Woodson, Casey, and Frank the previous was my order of preference.
Anyone hoping for Mark Jackson can now rest easy, he just signed with GSW as per Mark Stein's Twitter.
Two years away...
that leaves Indiana and Detroit to find coaches
Im hoping BC is just waiting for the finals to finish so he can hire Dwane Casey
How about Keith Smart? He was able to make Golden State exceed expectations last year and should of been given the chance to continue on his progress.
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man raps need adelman or jeff van gundy if they wanna be an elite team these mediocre coaches will only get u so far
JVG is a good coach with tons of experience and solid defensive schemes. But could anyone in their right mind listen through several seasons of his annoying, nagging, irksome, grindingly irritating voice? It would make me gnaw out my brain from exasperation.
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"Coach Casey? Great guy, always prepared,” said Dallas’s Peja Stojakovic. “He just knows how to get you ready and if you don’t do what you’re supposed to, you’re going to hear it about it.”
“He is intense, very intense,” Dallas’s J.J. Barea told the Houston Chronicle when Casey was up for the Rockets job. “Every play he’s screaming. He brings a lot of energy.
“You better do things right. If not, he’s going to be talking to you. Every play he is screaming something or talking to someone.”
Screaming and yelling is fine if it is productive. If he is calling the players down or insulting them, that is a problem but if he is intense and make constructive, positive remarks that is good teaching/coaching. From the remarks of the players it would appear he has their respect and there I would guess, i.e. in my opinion, it should like he is constructive and respectful in his coaching and teaching.
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