Originally Posted by TORaptor4Ever
Except that Kerr corrected his mistakes in ONE season.... and then had his team in the WC finals the next.... while we've been waiting for BC to build a winner for what? 7 years now?
I already agreed that Kerr is worth considering. I also liked some of the moves he made.
But I really don't like the way you're making the argument here about him correcting mistakes quicker and turning the team back into a conference finalist a year later.
He had Nash. It's much easier to play musical chairs with the roster and still win, when you have a guy like Nash. If Nash was in Toronto, BC likely could have done something similar.
I think Kerr is at least as good an option as BC though. Overall, Kerr's moves were positive.