Now, normally I try to avoid listening to Colin Cowherd, but I was driving in to work this morning (delayed start to the school day!) and was caught up in my own thoughts before I realized he was spouting his normal verbal diarrhea directly into my annoyed ear. But he did make one point, that most championship teams have players that end up as future coaches and GMs. Of course, a lot of the reason this happens is because they won championships (you think Danny Ainge would be a GM if he wasn't on those championship teams?), so it's kind of a cause/effect issue, but his was an interesting point: basketball IQ is an underrated quality in basketball players, and championship teams have high basketball IQs all the way around. So if we're looking at future front-office/coaching types, what players on this team are cerebral enough that you could see in that role? Basically, I only really see Billups, Monroe, Singler, and maybe Pope or Bynum finding a life in suits after basketball. The rest of the team really does seem to lack a high basketball IQ. Anyone else agree?