Aonex wrote:Anyone in the college ranks worth going after? Pete Carroll's recent success made me think that the jump from college to pros doesn't always have to end in failure... then again, different sport.
juninho wrote:Don't think any of the big name coach is enough for us. I don't want a small ball team so no to Karl. Stan Van Gundy has problems with his players and i m not sold on Hollins yet. Don't think Jeff Van Gundy will ever return to coaching. Bryon Scott is just another Mike Brown type of coach.
We need to find our own Thibs/Stotts/Vogel/Hornacek etc. There must be some diamonds among of the assistants in Nba.
Mookie wrote:Phil Jackson would coach in right fit
That's my guy. Yesterday, today and tomorrow. Bring back Phil next season, tank this season, get a young superstar with a decent cast of Kobe & Co. Phil might win another.
Rooscooter wrote:I think for recruiting reasons we need a known entity at the coach. Karl is that and players like to play for him. He's played up-tempo and slower defensive style.....or he coaches to his players abilities rather than forcing players to play his style. Guys like Kaman and Hill would not rot on his bench......
Big Mamma Jamma wrote:I'm a huge believer in Larry Brown. If he came to the Lakers he would immediately be the best coach in the NBA. He seriously would do wonders for this squad even with its shortcomings. SMU is really performing well under him.
XXIV wrote:Big Mamma Jamma wrote:I'm a huge believer in Larry Brown. If he came to the Lakers he would immediately be the best coach in the NBA. He seriously would do wonders for this squad even with its shortcomings. SMU is really performing well under him.
Best coach in the NBA?
therealdeal wrote:Except I don't think Larry Brown is an LA coach. He's strict, mean, and rides his players like animals. I don't see him fitting well with a personality like Kobe and I don't think he'd do great with the media of LA.
He's more fit for a small market.
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