My thing about Few is that he has zero NBA experience at all. I'm more comfortable with a coach who has at least played in the NBA. That's tough to believe
Agreed, just throwing out ideas. Could be a reason to argue why he didn't take the job and also an attempt to stop even an interview request. Because
Likewise, I too doubt that he would be interested, but I keep telling myself, if I'm him, I'm thinking these guys have AD and a few other good pieces.
I had a dream we traded for Kobe. But D-Wade in his prime was one of my favorite players.
I thought I'd never say it, but COME ON DOWN JVG!
JVG with a offensive assistant or Gentry with Ron Adams as assistant.
I grew up in the MJ dynasty. Afterwards it was all about A.I. (broke MJ ankles and left me speechless) and Shaq due to LSU ties.
If that were the case, it would be to his benefit to make it appear the teams weren't interested in him, than the other way around.
I actually wouldn't mind Few here. I guess he isn't brought up because he comes across as a CBB lifer. Some guys don't ever want to move on from where
My top choice is now and always has been the guy with the best winning pct. in major college basketball that is still active. His name is Mark Few. He
If there is indeed offset language in his contract, his people may be prepping for a legal battle with the Bulls over the remaining money in his contract.
Same as the last thread with the top 7. Hoiberg then Atkinson
Thibs or Van Gundy
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Maybe Thibs is more interested in payback vs Bulls FO by not getting another gig for a year or two and make them pay him the 9 mil to do nothing. He is
Actually it doesn't. It is only fair to base the Pelicans interest in Tibby based on media reports in conjunction with media reports saying Tibby is not
until woj reports it, everything is still smoke and mirrors