therealdeal wrote:He's staying at least until the end of this season, but the look on Mitch's face should bode well for anti-D'Antoni fans. The fact is we're looking for a high draft pick now, so losing more often than we win is what we need. D'Antoni's offense is perfect for that.
That being said, we've still got some national games left and if we get embarrassed like this again, we're not going to see D'Antoni much longer. It's one thing to lose games with fire. When we lost to the Pelicans (sad as that sentence already is) we fought hard and came close in the end. In this game we were out of it half way through the 2nd quarter and we never even put up a fight. Maybe 3 players on the team fought back and they weren't very effective at it.
D'Antoni can't lose control of the team, that's the last straw. So far I'd say he's got a foot out the door right now.
Yeah….. Agree…..But…….even with everyone on the small ball lineup giving their max they would still get punked by this big physical Clippers team. I understand Hill was nursing the knee but put Kaman in there for at least 15 minutes to give s o m e size and hard fouls at least at the basket. He'd like payback on them too. NO. Of course NOT, whatever couple things Kaman can't do make's him completely worthless in Clown's eyes. Play bigger, more of the game, for chrissakes. He thinks the Clippers don't like to get up and down the floor too?