fkmikebrown wrote:Jordan-esque wrote:@mcten
The empty spot on the wall at the Lakers practice facility where Mike Brown's portrait was just taken down
here's a before shot:
D.B. Cooper wrote:kenzo wrote:Can you imagine Jamison at the 4, Meeks getting PT, Pau playing less than 40 mins, Morris in a parking cars...
Huh? blasphemy... no need for a coach... Kobe's knowledge of the game alone is enough RT @nrf1993: lakers fired mike brown your thoughts ?
Mike Brown on Nash running same pick-and-roll offense he did in PHX. "They won a lot of games. It was fun to watch. Where were they in May?"
Per @ramonashelburne, Mike Brown, who has never won a title, is saying Steve Nash shouldn't run pick and rolls because it never won a title.
davriver290 wrote:Mike Brown, is young. A guy with good ideas and maybe might even come to be a great coach one day. But his meathods weren't working here, his substitution pattern was just awful. I'm sure as he continues with his career, he'll see the ways in which he messed up in. But right now, we don't need that. We having aging stars that need a ring asap.
therealdeal wrote:kenzo wrote:therealdeal wrote:Big Mamma Jamma wrote:Doc Brown wrote:TheRealDeal is going to be posting pictures until December 9th......
Looking forward to it!
Alright I'll honor the bet. BUT as a Laker fan I'd like to enjoy talking to you guys about this today.
I will post nothing but pictures for a month starting tonight at midnight.
Fine. Celebrate till midnight
Nothing softens the sting of being fired from the Los Angeles Lakers organization like a chicken sandwich ... just ask ex-coach Mike Brown ... who hit up a Chick-fil-A right after he got the chop today.
TMZ obtained photos of Brown hanging at a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Costa Mesa, CA around 11:30 AM ... just a few hours after news broke that he was fired from the team over their dismal 1-4 start.
We're told Brown was super-nice to fans ... taking pics and shaking hands ... but he never discussed the firing.
However, it appears Brown WAS in the mood to talk ... 'cause he was in the middle of a phone convo with legendary L.A. sports reporter Jim Hill when he stopped to take the above photo.
Brown seems to be handling the situation with class -- releasing a statement saying, "I have great respect for the Buss family and the Lakers’ storied tradition and I thank them for the opportunity they afforded me."
DJ-RaZ-Q#24 wrote:MambaFromDownUnder wrote:If PJ does come back and implement the triangle, should we consider bringing D-Fish back for experience? I'm all for that.
Wtf we are old at PG ... how much older you wanne get? Bring him as an assistant ...
BigDan24 wrote:Not sure if posted yet but according to David Aldrige the firing of Brown came straight from Dr. Buss himself and not from Jim and/or Mitch:
BigDan24 wrote:Not sure if posted yet but according to David Aldrige the firing of Brown came straight from Dr.Buss himself and not from Jim and/or Mitch:
Ariza3 wrote:I agree. I think Mitch and Jim wanted to wait a little more but Dr. Buss said do it now. Bring in D'Antoni and bring back showtime
nthydro wrote:BigDan24 wrote:Not sure if posted yet but according to David Aldrige the firing of Brown came straight from Dr.Buss himself and not from Jim and/or Mitch:
That's exactly what I was thinking. It didn't seem like Mitch or Jim. Only one left is Jerry Buss. We all know he's still the boss no matter what
Jerry Buss wrote:One of the biggest reasons I bought the Lakers was to beat the Celtics …..you just got it into your soul that you couldn't stand the Celtics anymore
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