Yep. All I look at is CP3. He didn't like VDN, and VDN was fired, a coach he did like was acquired, and he quickly and quietly returned to the Clippers.
The Lakers on the other hand, made a poor hire, and then inexplicably stood by his side and fiercely defended him even when he failed miserably and literally everyone else felt like he shouldve been fired.
Its easy for them to say they weren't gonna fire him and risk Dwight leaving anyways, but in this case firing him would have actually helped your case to keep the Clown. Besides, firing Dantoni and then seeing Dwight still leave isn't exactly a crippling blow to the franchise since he sucks.
Like I said though, I know this hurts them much, much more than it hurt me, but atleast they stood by their man tho. Good for them.
"Come hell or high water we're gonna be there again. Its just something about the Lakers organization. Mitch is really, really good at it, he's really really good man...."