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Best coach in Bobcats history and its not even close. The guy is unreal and I hope we can keep him for a long time. He can definitely make us relevant sooner rather than later. Is he the runaway COY?

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I like his style.

He's definitely a no-nonsense type of guy.

My only complaint is that sometimes he sticks with the second unit (mainly Ridnour) too long.

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For the Bobcats maybe. Larry Brown has the best overall resume. But I like him. He could end up being the most successful in franchise history when all is said and fone

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Larry Brown & it's not even close.

Clifford is the only coach to have Al Jefferson.

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Someone post the past bobcats coaches with their records while in Charlotte. I laughed when I saw bicker staff on the sideline the other night against Charlotte.

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I like his style.

He's definitely a no-nonsense type of guy.

My only complaint is that sometimes he sticks with the second unit (mainly Ridnour) too long.

 

 

I agree.  I am thinking he wants to try to keep those guys as fresh as possible for the stretch run.  Those minutes add up.

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I like his style.

He's definitely a no-nonsense type of guy.

My only complaint is that sometimes he sticks with the second unit (mainly Ridnour) too long.

 

Agreed. However, he said recently that he's getting in the playoff-push rotation, meaning a shorter leash for second unit guys and less time for "player development".

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Brown is arguably the GOAT. So no.

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It will be Clifford in my opinion. He is really showing to be a good coach that teaches fundamentals and has a solid feel for the game. Continues to improve as a coach and has surrounded himself with a excellent staff.  

 

Brown was too old school for me and tried bringing in players that did something 10 yrs ago for him. He didnt adjust to the roster he had and rather made moves that crippled us for many years. Adding Nazr and Diop where horrible short vision moves by a guy trying to win some games today and not worried about tomorrow. I wont sit and say he wasnt at one time a good coach winning a college and NBA championship speaks for itself. He never sustained success anywhere bouncing around the league a lot, he won with talent loaded Det team that had a dominant run over 3-5 years where he should have won more. Only the Lakers and Spurs were constant challengers and feel he left a ring on the table. I am too young to talk of his college days but heck he has done a solid with SMU this year lol. His career winning % is 56.8, really not that impressive looking at the numbers. 

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If the Bobcats finish above .500 does Coach Cliff win COY?

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If the Bobcats finish above .500 does Coach Cliff win COY?

I think it will go to a coach in the west... maybe the suns coach?

In the east Raptors had a big turnaround this year, maybe their coach?

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LarryBrown is the biggest name but we are still reeling from his personnel decisions. Alexi Ajinca takes a while for a team to get over.

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