Originally Posted by DocHoliday99
You're speaking under the assumption that ownership didn't sign off on the Nash chase and the LF move in the first place. Makes much more sense for ownership to push for Nash first (as much for the SAME reason as Houston chasing and overpaying for Lin). IMO, Lowry came too quick after the Nash experience fell apart. The deal seems to me to have been more than discussed before this Nash shit went down and side tracked everything.
If they ok'd the move, that hardly removes BC from accountability. It was his ridiculous ploy. He owns it. Rogers and Bell own the team, and will need to act appropriately, assuming they care. If the results are good then this goes away. But if they aren't good, then this looms very large. Large enough to effect the Rogers and Bell brand, or ratings at the very least.