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Borrego is out


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1 hour ago, NCTHFL0567 said:

Not sure I want Snyder if he's going to have the Hornets looking like the Jazz last night. 

I've been saying this tweet pretty much exactly for 2 years.  The player development really is a credit to the players themselves.  Coaches can help show them things, but they can't make them work or have a desire to become better/great.  Guys all around the league seek out coaches, mentors, and legends to help them in the offseason and they come back better with new skills...  you don't need a head coach for that.  You need a head coach to be able to strategize, scheme, and get a team to buy in to his culture and system.  I never really felt JB had any of that.  When vets who have played and won elsewhere who finally came to this roster say things like Kelly and Trez did, it tells you all you need to know...  JB skated for longer than he should have because the bulk of the roster was young and didn't know any better.

Time to get the right guy in here and compete.  This roster is too good to be barely making a play-in and then blown out of it for two straight years.

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11 minutes ago, frankw said:

Thanks in large part to coaches like Matt Rhule and James Borrego.

Thats exactly what it is, and almost exclusively all it is (that and Tepper is a horrible owner).  

Our soonest hope for a winner we can believe in is the Hornets.  The roster is already built to win with some minor tweaks to put us in the Top 5 in the East next season.  The roster is good, Kupchack is killing it, and after some, early growing pains, MJ is showing himself to be a good owner - now we just need the right guy at coach, and we have plenty good candidates to choose from.

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5 minutes ago, Proudiddy said:

I've been saying this tweet pretty much exactly for 2 years.  The player development really is a credit to the players themselves.  Coaches can help show them things, but they can't make them work or have a desire to fix those things.  Guys all around the league seek out coaches, mentors, and legends to help them in the offseason and they come back better with new skills...  you don't need a head coach for that.  You need a head coach to be able to strategize, scheme, and get a team to buy in to his culture and system.  I never really felt JB had any of that.  When vets who have played and won elsewhere who finally came to this roster say things like Kelly and Trez did, it tells you all you need to know...  JB skated for longer than he should have because the bulk of the roster was young and didn't know any better.

Time to get the right guy in here and compete.  This roster is too good to be barely making a play-in and then blown out of it for two straight years.

Yup when no one wants to block or rebound and you have JT Thor/Kai wasting away on the bench it made no sense to me. Isiah Thomas is cool but you just drafted Bouknight in the 1st and proceeded to bench him basically the whole year. No "development" in moves like these

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