Obviously MJ and Phil Jackson have an under the table agreement and that's why we surprisingly fired Dunlap. smh y'all need to think
Hooold up, wait a minute. Yo career ain't shit without some Kendrick inn it
Thoughts on Seth Greenburg?
Also: I vote yes to Stephanie Ready (completely serious)
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Kaleb Canales of Portland fame would be a good fit. Avery Johnson, Stan Van Gundy, Jeff Van Gundy, Hubie Brown, Tony Barone, Dave Hanners should all be interviewed.
I know it is an outside shot, but because a lot of other choices being named are commonly named, I like Terry Porter.
He took the Bucks to the playoffs and also managed to squeeze another 30 wins out of a roster whose best players were Michael Redd, Mo Williams, Desmond Mason, and Keith Van Horn. Phoenix fired him because Amare Stoudmire and Steve Nash lead a revolt against him because Porter asked them to play slow the offense down just a little bit and play some defense. The Suns didn't think they needed to play defense and we all see how many championships that now-blown up roster won (0). Porter still had a dynamic offense, a strong defense, and I think he deserves an interview.
Keep the Van Gundys, Avery Johnson, Lawrence Frank, Byron Scott, and Nate McMillian away from here! We don't need egos during a rebuilding process.
Alvin Gentry is my vote. Next would be SVG.
How about Avery Johnson?
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