Originally Posted by Superjudge
I don't disagree with you guys, clearly Triano was not perfect, he can be improved upon. I just liked him, he's a guy I feel I would play hard for. In the NBA it's hard, ego's are huge, it literally takes a top 3 coach to even make a dent of difference. Thats where I don't like firing guys like Triano. It serves little purpose but to say "ya, we know we were bad, but look!!!!!! Were doing stuff to be better!!!!!"
As opposed to not doing anything and keeping status quo?