Originally Posted by 'trane
there's a lot of wisdom in that sentence righ there.
and colangelo does have a lot of work to do, but a lot of this was beyond his control. there are a few good reasons for that that i have mentioned elsewhere and am not going to repeat.
thanks - and yeah - I'm still on board and understanding of all the circumstances. It's just been too damn long, and frankly the combo of BC's way with words along with MLSE's history, and I just think it's getting about time for some heat to be applied at some point.
I take some solace in the fact that there has been fewer seats filled without reaching anything close to crisis proportions. I would like a few suits to see those empty seats as a sign of impending crisis if they take things too lightly at all. There's been too much buying time and sitting on the potential of financial flexibility in the past. That's my biggest criticism, which is pretty broad and not filled with great worry. But 16 years in there just has to be more revealed than promised. It doesn't have to happen overnight, but hell - they're at the bottom so they had better show a constant upslope.