Mookie wrote:Now that we are loading up with an incredible roster it seems, and knowing Kobe won't play at a high level forever, the biggest question marl and concern in my opinion is still Mike Brown. Is it too late to find or at least consider getting a new HC? I'm not really sold on him to lead this squad filled with talent. I know Phil would be a pipe dream but am I the only one thinking this right now?
KeepBynum wrote:If Eric Spoelstra can win a championship so can Mike Brown.
The Rock wrote:Spolestra like Brown, nobody thought could win a ring and he has. Give Mike a chance
KareemTheGreat33 wrote:Steve Nash is the coach now. Ignore this bozo and make your plays Stevie.
therealdeal wrote:I have only one hope out of Brown for this upcoming season: rotations. He needs to trust his bench. With our starters all being in their 30s except Bynum who has a slow pace, we need to be conscientious of their minutes played.
He needs to keep starters' minutes low and trust in his bench guys.
I think the offense is now dictated by Steve Nash and Kobe. They'll design it and decide what's best for the team. The defense can remain in Brown's control, although I hope he works on positioning so that the Lakers can get more fast break opportunities.
revgen wrote:that means Brown focuses on defense, where he's better suited but still clueless in some areas.
JUST-MING wrote:revgen wrote:Soooo, that means Brown focuses on defense, we're he's better suited but still clueless in some areas.
The problem is that his defensive philosophy had “stall ball” (ie. “four corners” offense) as a cornerstone. His defense was most effective when the team was struggling to score 100 points.
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