He was fired after weeks of rumors. This was inevitable. Now I really have mixed feelings. I find it unfair to fire a rookie coach without giving him enough time to adjust. Next season would be so different if he was allowed to coach. But we'll never know this.
I'm not defending his stupid instructions of decisions in games. I strongly believe that we'd be in playoffs if a better coach existed. But unfortunately we were forced to watch that disappointing season. But I find it stupid to hire someone in order to fire after just one season. If you're looking for the success "now" (it can be clearly understood with the Mohammed trade), why do you give this team to a rookie coach then? Why do you gamble on a huge opportunity to be in playoffs, with horrendous teams in East?
Question of the day:
"Yesterday, Brown resigned. Today, Vincent was fired. Tomorrow ........."
Fill in the blanks accordingly the logical order.
Brown is a good choice for short term success. We'll see what happens. But at the moment I am announcing that I am and will be against Larry Brown. He is not the only candidate with experince.