Is Sam Mitchell Coaching For His Job?
Old 04-20-2008, 10:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Is Sam Mitchell Coaching For His Job?

You think Simmons is right? You think Sam's future as head coach depends on the outcome of this series? A sweep or loss in 5 games and your gone, or a win in the series or at least making it interesting and your safe for another season?

What do you think guys?

Originally Posted by Steve Simmons
Toronto's Sam Mitchell could be coaching for his job once again this spring when the Raptors take on the Magic in their first-round playoff series, according the SLAM! Sports.

Many people expect Orlando to eliminate Toronto, but if the Raptors go down without much of a fight there is a good chance that Mitchell will suffer the consequences.

Bryan Colangelo is known as an impatient general manager and it's doubtful that he'd tolerate back-to-back first round exits.
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