Tobias Funke wrote:Brown probably wont be replaced anytime soon, so he could help get the team on the right track by validating his reputation for being a defensive coach and get a grip on the freaking rotations. I cant say I have alot of faith that that will happen, but he does have a solid coaching staff backing him, and KG did assure me that anything's possible(eeeee!!!!!), so Im hoping.
kray28 wrote:Kobe isn't really justified in telling us to "shut up". We're the paying fans, we pay with our wallets and our emotional investment. We have a right to voice our concerns. We have a right to be skeptical.
Aside from that, I would agree that he makes a somewhat compelling argument. It's just that it's kind of hard to swallow with Brown and the coaching staff we have.
Weezy wrote:I don't necessarily have a problem with the offense alone, it's how Nash is being used, Metta having the ball too much, terrible bench rotations, not giving bench guys consistent minutes, playing guys out of position, never making adjustments, bad defense, and riding guys like Pau into the ground. But hey, all we need out there is simply more effort right guys! The offense will take care of itself, we just need more effort on defense, another gem from the brilliant mind of coach Brown.
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