Re: Time for the Pistons to rebuild no matter what's the outcome of this season!* How is saying that he was a year late firing Flip out of context? And I didn't say that he didn't use any strategy, I said he wasn't as strategic and savy as he's been with player acquisition. lol. I don't think any of this is mind blowing news. Wow, you're still sticking behind this guy. Unbelievable. Hopefully, Joe doesn't think like you. If he hasn't learned his lesson (hiring someone with no head coaching experience to attempt to win a championship), we could be looking at George Blaha behind the podium next. lol. BTW, just to point out another hole in your arguement.... Doc Rivers was once fired and later led a team to a championship. Riley, Jackson, Pop and Rudy T. have all loss in the playoffs before and later got the job done. There is a long list of coaches who have knocked on the door of becoming NBA champion. Joe chose to ignore their playoff experience and hire his friend. I gave you my listing of coaches before, listed their accomplishments and you chose not to reply directly to that thread. There is no need to build the arguement again. I'm just going to cross my fingers and hope that Joe figures out he needs to get some strong established talent behind the bench unless he is completely committed to rebuilding.