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Old 12-17-2010, 11:37 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 12-17-2010, 11:44 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Old 12-17-2010, 12:17 PM   #23 (permalink)
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me either.

I would also like to see some one brought in for Weems and DD. Someone mentioned in one of the threads (might have been Claudius) that we should consider bringing in Stackhouse as a coach. I really like that idea, it would help DD and Sonny's development having a veteran player that still is applicable to todays rules (alex english has been out of the league too long to fit that role)
Good memory. It was me!

I'd look at a list of these guys:

Mark Jackson -- plethora of basketball knowledge. It'd be interesting what he could teach Bayless in terms of running a team

John Stockton -- I know he doesn't want to coach, but again for the same reasons above

Karl Malone -- Yeah Oak is tough, but Malone was even tougher. Let him work with Amir, Dorsey

Ron Harper -- He mastered the triangle offense. He's probably a gold mine of info on how to run a team

Bruce Bowen -- He was a shut down SF. He's an ass so I doubt he'd want to coach, but it'd be interesting what he could teach DeMar

Dikemebe -- Logical Choice to work with Alabi. That's Alabi's ceiling imo. Why not work with him?

That'd be the list for now.
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Old 12-17-2010, 04:28 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Good memory. It was me!

I'd look at a list of these guys:

Mark Jackson -- plethora of basketball knowledge. It'd be interesting what he could teach Bayless in terms of running a team

John Stockton -- I know he doesn't want to coach, but again for the same reasons above

Karl Malone -- Yeah Oak is tough, but Malone was even tougher. Let him work with Amir, Dorsey

Ron Harper -- He mastered the triangle offense. He's probably a gold mine of info on how to run a team

Bruce Bowen -- He was a shut down SF. He's an ass so I doubt he'd want to coach, but it'd be interesting what he could teach DeMar

Dikemebe -- Logical Choice to work with Alabi. That's Alabi's ceiling imo. Why not work with him?

That'd be the list for now.
MAN i would die if we could get Stockton and Dikembe on the coaching staff. It actually blows my mind that a player like Stockton doesnt want to pass his knowledge on. He is just awesome.
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