MartinToVaught wrote:og15 wrote:MartinToVaught wrote:He's the president of basketball operations - and only because of Doc, not because of any amazing prior track record he had as an executive. As far as I'm concerned, both he and Lue are part of the same Doc culture that hasn't won anything here and likely never will.
So more of a guilt by association.
My issue is that this doesn’t really follow with the statement “He has given away nearly all of our draft picks and assets and wildly overspent to both construct and prop up a team that simply isn't good enough” as if he’s a one man front office. He isn’t even the GM, Winger is. Does Frank get blame only or does he also get credit when we like the moves? If there’s a consistency, then I’ll accept it, but if it is a Frank is guilty by association to Doc, all the bad decisions are his fault and all the good ones are other people, well...you know the problem that is evident there.
Frank is the one who won Executive of the Year for the Kawhi signing, so if he's going to get all the credit for that, then it's only fair for him to also get most of the blame for the long list of poor decisions that have hurt the team's chances of actually winning anything with Kawhi.
Certainly, but if we're not talking about the ambiguous other people or the media, but specific individuals.
So, you yourself, unless you were equally crediting him for allthe positives, how does it make sense to then blame him for any and every negative? It would be inconsistent.