Re: L.A. Lakers fire coach Mike Brown
You need to be more clear, what trades/free agency specifically did LeBron accepted or rejected since you say he was like a owner?
Originally Posted by -The Light-
And no, he wasn't like a owner, if he was, when the Cavs had a opportunity to get Amare via trade (which LeBron had no problem with) with the Suns, it would of probably been a successful trade. But the actual owner/management didn't want to include J.J. Hickson in the deal which is a decision I know they probably regret. LeBron along with any other superstar/player and even logical fans would of made that move, but the retarded Cavs management didn't.
On Topic: Watching ESPN and they are saying Phil Jackson and Mike D'Antoni are leading candidates for the head coaching position.
It's true that playing for an organization like the Lakers comes with higher standards, but he should of gotten more time then 5 games of 82. I agree he is not the best of coaches but their lack of chemistry was expected (from people who actually know basketball) due to the fact that they have 2 new starters who are essential for their success, and one of those players is currently injured (Nash). Also they have gotten some new players for their bench so you add that to the equation 5 games in is a little too soon to fire him imo.
Originally Posted by ~Hasashi~
I agree. Phil will be a huge pickup, although I thought they should of gave Brian Shaw the position when Phil retired.
Originally Posted by Champ