NBA Head Coaching Vacancies Who You Got?

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NBA Head Coaching Vacancies Who You Got?

Cleveland- Alex Jensen
LAL- Tyronn Lue
Memphis- Mike Brown
Sacramento- Ettore Messina


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Well looks like Luke Walton

Well looks like Luke Walton is already going to get hired in Sacramento.

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NOooooooooooooooooooo!! not MIKE BROWN

NOooooooooooooooooooo!! not Mike Brown for my Grizzlies!! his horrendous offensfive sets, combined with Memphis Grit & Grind pace will be Suicidial!!!!

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Bickerstaff

I dont watch many memphis games, but why did they let go of bickerstaff. It seemed like he wasnt doing too bad of a job considering they had about 11 of their best players out injured towards the end of the season and were still picking up some good wins late in the season. Like they were being lead by Delon Wright, Bruno Caboclo and Tyler Dorsey and almost beat a playoff team in Detroit and then beat the warriors who still had durant and thompson playing. Surely coaching has something to do with these impressive performances and their player development has been very good this year also. I dont watch many memphis games, so im not sure of the full situation but seemed a bit odd to me.

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Bickerstaff is a good defense

Bickerstaff is a good defense specialist but he cannot do in game adjusts not even to save his life. Memphis lost 18 games where we were leading by double digits, that says a lot about him

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Cleveland - Ettore Messina:

Cleveland - Ettore Messina: This is a team in dire need of some discipline and focus. Messina might be too rigid for some teams, but I think a team that still has some holdovers from a 2016 championship run would embrace a Poppovich-style approach.

LA - Monty Williams: Some might see Ty Lue as the inevitable pick here, but that would essentially be the equivalent of LeBron running the team. That dynamic might have worked in Cleveland, but for a young team like LA, I think that’s a bad idea and would essentially be Luke Walton pt. 2. I think Monty Williams, however, wouldn’t let LeBron walk all over him and command the respect of the locker room while helping the young guys develop.

Memphis - Darvin Ham: Budenholzer deservedly gets a lot of credit for Milwaukee’s ascent to the top of the East, but he has a great team of assistants helping him, and Ham is one of his best. The Grizzlies shouldn’t have let Bickerstaff go, but since they did, I think it makes sense to go with a top level assistant hungry for an opportunity.

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Cavs: Dave Joerger LA Lakers:

Cavs: Dave Joerger

LA Lakers: Monty Williams

Grizzlies: Darvin Ham

wont comment on Kings since they just hired Luke Walton

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Juwan Howard is interviewing

Juwan Howard is interviewing with Cleveland and Lakers. Would be nice to see a fresh face instead of regular coaches just playing musical chairs...

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A lot of Monty Williams to LA

A lot of Monty Williams to LA love here. He will be HC in Philadelphia next year.

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