Tobias Funke wrote:Sterling is historically a very cheap man who doesn't even like paying people money after he's signed them.
If the Lakers really wanted Gentry (and if they do fully support Pringles and want to give him the best chance to succeed then they should have), then I find it hard to believe that they'd not only lose a bidding war to the Clippers, but apparently get crushed.
This might be a good sign that the Lakers aren't as confident in Pringles as they've been claiming. Or maybe Im just seeing what I want to see.
Tobias Funke wrote:Serious question, because Ive been so over this guy that Ive tried to not even read any news containing his name, but how many new assistant coaches has Pringles hired so far in the off-season?
lakersyunowin wrote:can't blame gentry for wanting to steer clear of this mishmash. the great dr. buss is gone, the future of the club uncertain. yes there's history and greatness, but this new breed hasn't exactly done anything to build any confidence to outsiders looking in. add more money offered on top of that...no brainer for alvin.
The Rock wrote:https://twitter.com/KevinDing/status/350010584093302785Here's a new one: Clippers outbid Lakers so far in $ that it was an easy decision for Alvin Gentry to join Doc Rivers over D'Antoni.
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