I think the great unknown with Van Gundy is what the time off has done for his coaching philosophies. Remember that it's been quite a while since he's
To be fair, any team with Yao Ming was gonna have a slow pace. But yeah I'd rather someone younger than JVG.
Van Gundy does carry a lot of the concerns of an "old school" coach. That said ... his brother is one of the best in the NBA, a lot of Jeff
Van Gundy's pace was slow in Houston - typically bottom 6.
Again, I am not saying this is a bad thing - especially when the defense is so
Who ran the slowest offensive pace between the two in JVG and Mike Fratello?
The JVG supports now screaming hire him, will be the first ones
Would definitely prefer him over Thibodeau. Not convinced Van Gundy is the best hire, but I think he'd be a very good one. My only concern would be the
Come on down JVG!!!
I dont see why he was ever fired, has a great coaching record im excited
Lord please NO!
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Nate McMillen could be interesting. Joe Prunty (Milwaukee) would be a GREAT get. Jim Boylen would be great too. Adrian Griffin if Chicago blows it all
Seems like whenever the coach is defensive minded they like to slow the pace down trying to be efficient and limit the amount of opportunities a team
I can think of several instances where a great offensive coach brought in a defensive assistant and let him do his thing. But I can't think of situations
Not every guy on your bench is going to be Lebron James or CP3, some of them might be Mateen Cleaves, Jackson Vroman, or Jimmer Fredette.
Sometimes it just happens when you least expect it, you can't force it
How did love fall into this?