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How hot is Erik Spoelstra's seat?? (if it is...)

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My brain says no, but I have a feeling, idk. Whether the fault is his or not, the coach is usually the guy to take the fall. I know this is only there first year together, but its still a legit question, imo. What say you?

Edit: i meant to make this poll public...

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you dont blow a lead that big without your seat being somewhat hot

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ok, who done it?

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My vote is for a warm seat. I think to coach these superstars, making sure everybody gets the minutes, the touches, the points, keeping their ego's stroked while not completely bending over....

I think you need to be just as much a shrink as you do a X's and O's guy. Having said that, I'm not sure who would be the best coach for this group of players (Don't say Pat Riley).

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Who?

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damn you people!!!

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On fire he will take the blame because they can't close out games in the 4th quarter.

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Watched bits and pieces of the first half and all of the second half. Also saw their whole game vs the Knicks on Sunday. Very similar games in terms of blowing leads. With the Knicks they failed to finish the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, quarters. With the Magic they just collapsed in the second half after having a 20 point + lead.

Now, he might be in the hot seat, but I think undeservedly so. Any coach with this team is gonna have great expectations. But it seems to me that when they are winning it's to the player's credit but when they lose it's Spo's fault. I feel like you can't have it both ways.

Last night Wade didn't do anything the second half and LeBron turned passive. They need to keep their foot on the pedal and not let up. I'm not sure if that can be contributed fully that to the coach. I voted warm but I don't think Spoelstra is a bad coach. Although why wasn't House on the floor at the end of the game.

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I don't know but I hope he stays. It's absolutely hilarious seeing the team that was supposed to break the Bulls record fail week in week out :rofl:

is this the 4th game in recent weeks where Lebrick has bricked the game winner? :rofl:

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it's funny when you see the thread title from the main forum page it says 'how hot is erik spoelstra'

i was thinking, wow, bobcats fans are bored

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You know, beyond Wade and James, that team is terrible.

Honestly I think Bosh was a terrible signing. They need a legit big man, Bosh is soft.

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I agree with Bosh being a terrible signing. There was a play in last nights game where Bosh tried to lay it up, and got stuffed pretty easily. He looked weak as fug. He's marshmellow soft, and the Heat need a legit big man. I see they got clumsy a** Dampier, but that wont be enough to get them by Bos, NY, or Orl. Shoot, they might have trouble with the ATLiens.

Oh, and I think Spoelstra's seat is cold. If Riley was going to do something, he would've done it earlier or right after the all star break.

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