VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Who is the ideal coach who will lead us to a championship?

Phil Jackson
86
70%
Jerry Sloan
28
22%
Mike D'antoni
6
4%
Brian Shaw
2
1%
 
Total votes : 122

Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby ad2ian on Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:14 pm

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Ideally I would want Pat Riley as the coach for this team :man1:

No way that happens though so i'll take Sloan
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby JGC on Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:15 pm

Kingsama wrote:Voted for Sloan as I think Phillip is a long shot. I'm intrigued by Antoni as his offense plus the Lakers talent could be brutal, but it scares me to death to think of his lack of d. JVG certainly could be interesting.


You really don't think 70-something year old Sloan is not a long shot? Cmon. PJ could sign a 3-4 year deal and still be younger than Sloan is now!

I think Sloan is the longshot, and Phil is the likely candidate to be hired. There's just too many... signs pointing to Phil. Even Kupchak mentioned his name in the presser. Didn't mention Sloan.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Rooscooter on Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:19 pm

The "Ideal" coach would motivate like Doug Collins, be smart like Phil, preach defense like JVG, have an offense like Adelman, substitute like Pop...... and be a player coach that can get us 15, 6 and 8 off the bench......
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Kingsama on Fri Nov 09, 2012 8:53 pm

JGC wrote:
Kingsama wrote:Voted for Sloan as I think Phillip is a long shot. I'm intrigued by Antoni as his offense plus the Lakers talent could be brutal, but it scares me to death to think of his lack of d. JVG certainly could be interesting.


You really don't think 70-something year old Sloan is not a long shot? Cmon. PJ could sign a 3-4 year deal and still be younger than Sloan is now!

I think Sloan is the longshot, and Phil is the likely candidate to be hired. There's just too many... signs pointing to Phil. Even Kupchak mentioned his name in the presser. Didn't mention Sloan.


Phil has 11 titles and nothing to prove. Sloan has none. Besides yesterday the Lakers said they were sticking with Brown today he is eating at chickafillet, not sure if they are always so honest.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby DarthRekal on Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:25 pm

its looking more and more like phil.. cant say im disappointed :man11:
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Doc Brown on Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:28 pm

Rooscooter wrote:The "Ideal" coach would motivate like Doug Collins, be smart like Phil, preach defense like JVG, have an offense like Adelman, substitute like Pop...... and be a player coach that can get us 15, 6 and 8 off the bench......


Roo, I'm sorry, but I'm retired, you're going to have to find somebody else.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby baddmann28 on Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:44 pm

I'm calling the coaching staff as

Phil Jackson , assistants Derek Fisher, Kurt Rambis and Chuck Person.

Phil will groom Dfish to take over once he's gone.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Lets Go Lakers on Sat Nov 10, 2012 3:20 am

Pj. It's not about the x's and o's but getting the coach who will command the respect of this superstar laden team and get them to play as a cohesive unit. And no one does this better than Pj.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Congo Cash on Sat Nov 10, 2012 3:40 am

Rooscooter wrote:The "Ideal" coach would motivate like Doug Collins, be smart like Phil, preach defense like JVG, have an offense like Adelman, substitute like Pop...... and be a player coach that can get us 15, 6 and 8 off the bench......

Add also a tough, no-nonsense attitude who will put lazy/fat players under the bus like Pat Riley...
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby JTM-Lakers on Sat Nov 10, 2012 6:09 am

I'd like Phil Jackson, but is he ok with a 3rd round? All we know is he has cancelled a conference scheduled for next week. http://www.lakersnation.com/phil-jackso ... 012/11/09/
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Tragic on Sat Nov 10, 2012 6:49 am

baddmann28 wrote:I'm calling the coaching staff as

Phil Jackson , assistants Derek Fisher, Kurt Rambis and Chuck Person.

Phil will groom Dfish to take over once he's gone.


I see D Fish coming back if Phil's here. I bet if you we didn't have such a large guard rotation he'd even push to resign him.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Mr_Hollywood_Line on Sat Nov 10, 2012 7:47 am

PJ.

Reason: 11 rings.

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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby JGC on Sat Nov 10, 2012 8:37 am

Kingsama wrote:
JGC wrote:
Kingsama wrote:Voted for Sloan as I think Phillip is a long shot. I'm intrigued by Antoni as his offense plus the Lakers talent could be brutal, but it scares me to death to think of his lack of d. JVG certainly could be interesting.


You really don't think 70-something year old Sloan is not a long shot? Cmon. PJ could sign a 3-4 year deal and still be younger than Sloan is now!

I think Sloan is the longshot, and Phil is the likely candidate to be hired. There's just too many... signs pointing to Phil. Even Kupchak mentioned his name in the presser. Didn't mention Sloan.


Phil has 11 titles and nothing to prove. Sloan has none. Besides yesterday the Lakers said they were sticking with Brown today he is eating at chickafillet, not sure if they are always so honest.


I don't think you quite understand Phil though. The guy is a total egomaniac. I think he would love nothing more than to step back in and say see, I still got it.

So you think because Pjax's name was mentioned as a potential candidate by Kupchak, that that means he is a longshot? I guess if he was asked whether Kobe would be considered as player-coach and he said no, that that would launch Kobe into the favorite for the job then? Haha.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Pig Miller on Sat Nov 10, 2012 8:40 am

At the game last night, people were chanting "We Want Phil". That's my vote too.

I never wanted him to leave in the first place, but sometimes everyone needs a break. it's time for him to come back and ride out on top like it was always meant to be.

2 years, 2 titles with kobe, they both leave the game together at that point.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Blahdeh Deebatz on Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:30 am

If the Lakers got either Phil Jackson, Jerry Sloan, or Mike D'Antoni, I would be overjoyed. Any one of them is an improvement over Mike Brown.

Phil Jackson obviously has the street cred. The drawback to Phil is that it would neutralize some of Nash's talents. But Nash would act as a Steve Kerr on steroids. In addition, Nash has slowed down by a couple of steps, and I'm not sure if he has it in him to be the main guy in Sloan or D'Antoni's system anymore.

If we want a championship now, we go with the coach who has proven that he can win it. No time for experimenting. Phil Jackson is the man for the job.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Kingsama on Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:32 am

ad2ian wrote:Image

Ideally I would want Pat Riley as the coach for this team :man1:

No way that happens though so i'll take Sloan



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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby DuddlyDoRight on Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:42 am

I don't know, its tough, if we can get triangle down in a short time then phil, if not I Think diantoni as much as i hate him. Sloan might work to
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Finwë on Sat Nov 10, 2012 2:20 pm

Doc Brown wrote:
Rooscooter wrote:The "Ideal" coach would motivate like Doug Collins, be smart like Phil, preach defense like JVG, have an offense like Adelman, substitute like Pop...... and be a player coach that can get us 15, 6 and 8 off the bench......


Roo, I'm sorry, but I'm retired, you're going to have to find somebody else.

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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby Phil XI on Sat Nov 10, 2012 6:52 pm

Cbs LA just said 95% chance its Phil and that he's mulling it over. Jeannie probably whispering some naughty things in his ear :)

Oops- didn't see catch the other 23 pg thread.
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby harrise007 on Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:49 pm

I would say Phil and Sloan.. Phil was not into it the last season and it was obivious. I wonder how long would it take new guys to learn the triangle! That's my only feeling.. and coudl they learn it on the fly while the season was still going... I DUNNO... Still kind of a mess to me personally..
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Re: VOTE: Who is the ideal coach?

Postby harrise007 on Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:51 pm

Phil XI wrote:Cbs LA just said 95% chance its Phil and that he's mulling it over. Jeannie probably whispering some naughty things in his ear :)

Oops- didn't see catch the other 23 pg thread.



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