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Old 12-05-2013, 09:47 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Chiggmo View Post
This whole waiting game of his is getting old, pick a direction already or you are going to do the exact opposite of not getting stuck in no-mans land.

I honestly don't like Ujiri so far, and haven't liked the way he's gone about it since he was hired, make up your mind, by the time you finally do it's going to be long too late.

First, at the beginning of the season it was "Wait and see". Now it's "Don't worry! We won't be caught in treadmill land" Yet so far that's where were headed, and given the years and years of shitty management, I'm not going to feel confident until he actually starts giving a direction.

Sucks to be so negative, I know. But this team has never ever made any right decisions, and so far it's looking to be repeating to me. I mean it when I say that if we finish 9th, 10th, 11th again and middle of the pack and treadmill land at the end of the year, then I'm pretty well done watching this team, because this is getting unreal
not sure what you and others who make similar comments expect? You want ujiri to come out and say the coach or player X suck? That we are going to rebuild so teams looking for steals can low ball us in trade offers?

Honestly, this interview seems too direct as it is, I mean not getting stuck in no man's land when there's clearly very little that can be done to get better in the short term, can only mean one thing ...

and if we tank, it's almost guaranteed that casey won't get fired and may even be extended if he can prove he can develop talent (the most important skill in the next season or two).
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