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#1 Coaching ideas
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:25 pm by Jtrak83
Just a thought, if we somehow were able to get J-Smoove with out giving up Sanders, Ellis or Jennings, who would be a good coach to lead this run and gun team?
Obviously I am thinking they all come back next year, which Broussard said Smith "would be interested in staying long term" if they all came back.
Don Nelson-King of run and gun
Calvin Sampson- (my vote)-doing well in Houston with a run and gun approach
Any other thoughts?
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#2 Re: Coaching ideas
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:33 pm by JayMKE
Kelvin Sampson seems like the guy and is a very realistic option while not breaking the bank. Already has a rapport with some of our players, players coach, right system.
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#3 Re: Coaching ideas
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:33 pm by M-C-G
I don't think it is likely, but I would love to see Bruce Pearl. Full court D, run and gun and launching 3's. I think he is the kind of coach that players would still work hard for in the NBA.
Although it would be scary to think of Jennings and/or Ellis having more of a green light then they do today.
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#4 Re: Coaching ideas
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:36 pm by DocHoliday
Jtrak83 wrote:Just a thought, if we somehow were able to get J-Smoove with out giving up Sanders, Ellis or Jennings, who would be a good coach to lead this run and gun team?
What would they need a coach for? May as well just keep coach Blah-Blah, they aren't going to listen to anyone anyway and he's really quiet, perfect fit.
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#6 Re: Coaching ideas
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:23 pm by MickeyDavis
Yes let's use the existing coaching thread.
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