Coaching Vacancy

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    Coaching Vacancy

    With all the talk about Doc's replacement, how has everyone not been talking about George Karl? He was the coach of the year, and obviously, unjustly fired. He's a guy who gets the most out of his players, and I'd love to see how he would work this rebuild.

     
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    Re: Coaching Vacancy

    Not a good fit.  i don't think he has enough time left to rebuild.  Not saying he's dying or anything,  but we need a younger energy guy.  Lawrence franks would do.

     
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    I think it's going to be Del Negro

     
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    THE DUKE  .....how about Danny just taking over for a year or two.....?

     
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    Re: Coaching Vacancy

    In response to BirdLewsBias' comment:


    I think it's going to be Del Negro


    I think it is going to Tyrone Lue.Danny brought him 3 years ago to learn how to be a coach.

     
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    Vinny would make an excellent HC here in Boston. However I have an even better idea How about they sign Patrick Ewing to coach this team, and the reason why I say PE is becuase they are going to draft a big and what better teacher? Lawrence Frank would also be a good choice provided Doc doesn't take the entire staff with him. To bad Tom Thibideau did so well in Chicago.

     
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    Re: Coaching Vacancy

    I like the idea, but I haven't heard him speak lately.  I don't remember having a real outgoing persona.  But I might be wrong.  Honestly I'm probably thinking back to college.

     

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