We'll just agree to disagree. We started off blistering hot, Hurley unnecessarily makes multiple changes to the lineup and we go on a drought. We ran no semblance of an offense and consistently turned the ball over with no timeout. Bouk was hard to watch in the first half, the whole team was. That's coaching. In the 2nd half outside of the first 5 minutes they were phenomenal. Both things can be and are trueIt wasn't. Teams have bad stretches and we were down 1 at half on the road vs. a conference opponent. There's two halves in a game.
Really? Because I felt like it was more than that. The other hand, I’ve learned in this thread they have very little to do during a game. I’m surprise more don’t use the time for a mani pedi.We have coaches to call timeouts when the players are not making the baskets.
That is the basic reason for coaches.
Of course, there is more to coaching. Sorry you did not see it as humor, but saw it as my minimizing the role of a coach. As a taxpayer in this state, I would hope we would get more from a coach, and we are getting a lot more.Fix your sarcasm meter.
Yes. They think the coach is not responsible for anything. It’s all about the players on the floor and what they do or don’t do. “The coach doesn’t miss shots”. “The coach doesn’t drop the ball”.Who said anything about shooting?
Do you people really think momentum doesn't matter? Do you people think time and score doesn't matter? Do you people think set plays to stem the tide and to get your offense back on track don't matter? Do you people think coaches are given timeouts to bring home with them every game?
Exactly. Do what an opponent isn’t expecting. It’s like Hurley’s version of the cuse zone. Play 1 defense and only 1 defense. if Teams don’t see it a lot it works. When they see it all the time they know how to exploit it.Running the same D all the time, no matter what it is, makes it easier on the offense. I feel like Dan needs an hour long sitdown with Bill Belichick.