Otherwise, he was a solid GM. Even his biggest mistake(s) was generally lauded at the time.
Wasn't Calderon a Grunwald guy too?
and instead, a hot chick with a shirt low enough you can see clear down to her underwear between her cleavage sits next to you.. and somehow against all odds, you've managed to win at crowded subway seat roulette
Calderon was Babcock's hot chick
Grunwald? I recently read where he said that he thought he had built a championship calibre team in the Knicks. Really?
Colangelo speaks corporate schtick and is more likely to be hired by a company owned team. He seems to keep them informed/in the loop and makes MLSE money so whats not to like from their viewpoint. I think he sticks around....the ok on the Gay transaction kind of telegraphed it. The question still remains: Who is better to replace him with? The stable at the Spurs seems to be empty.
He would be out of job for like 5 minutes. The Nets were pushing heavily for him as well.
That's from 2 years ago.
Yeah, probably. He's got his flaws, obviously, but he's competent. In my view, his crippling problem here has been an inability to hire a good coach.
In Grunwald's defence, maybe no one could have forseen what was going to happen with Vince. But when your main guy asks you to get rid of a player who was one of the toughest, most respected guys in the league, that should raise a couple of red flags.
(Now I'm thinking about Oakley. Remember those behind the back passes? Remember him beating up random players for gambling debts? Man that guy was the best.)
BC's terrible. In the history of the NBA, I wonder how many GMs have kept their job after 5 years in a row of not making the playoffs?
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