Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by ggazoo69, May 9, 2006.
How does George Karl sound for coach of the Sacremento Kings?????
George Karl, Larry Brown, Isaiah Thomas, or Jeff Van Gundy all seem like viable options.
well the first picture was a red X so i just wanted everyone to actually see the picture
Did anybody watch the interview with Rip, where he said that he patterns himself after Reggie Miller and tries to "mock" him all well as he can (vs. "mimic")?
Hilarious picture, Linwood. Well done.
So let's see, Adelman takes a year off to recharge and do some TNT gigs. JoeD gets bored with the Flipper along about next winter...
Yo Flip, don't let that door smack you in the butt on your way out.
How about Stan Van Gundy?
Which Van Gundy was fired by Riley? Which Van Gundy can't get the Rockets to perform? I can't really keep them straight, but either of these guys will be jumping on the Escape Goat and heading off to look for new opportunities. Sacramento may have to get a big stable for the interview proccess.
It'll be Vlade Divacs, spelling an end to the "Smoke Free" locker room.
Maybe he can assemble a team of Serbian OGs.
6th man would be Zarko Cabarkapa
"The Sacramento Smokers". They could add some showmanship to the introductions, coming out in smoking jackets with their numbers embroidered on the left breast.
Brings to mind that funny bit in the movie, "The Replacements" when the Welsh kicker is going in for his first field goal and hands his cigarette to the assistant coach.
Looks like Eddie Jordan is on the list as a possible replacement for Adelman in Sacremento. Apparently the Kings have asked permission from the Wiz to chat with Jordan, he has a year remaining on his contract.
The situation in Sac would be a good choice for Jordan, over the Wiz, especially if Artest stays. The Kings would play defense, something he has been preaching to Arenas and his friends, with no response from them of course.
Don Nelson has also been mentioned as a potential candidate.
Halftime entertainment by those nubile youngsters, The NicoTeens, famed for their hot butts. The team would be sponsored by Big Tobacco and immediately moves to a state-of-the-art fliptop arena in Winston-Salem.
Don Nelson is a lousy coach. Plus, he's used to being involved in personnel. Hiring a man like that, who can play to the owners, is a suicide move for the GM.
If the NBA had offensive coordinators, Don Nelson would be the man.
Adelman would look great on the Pistons bench.
Or if Colangelo can pull a few strings: see him on the Raptors bench :fingerscr
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