This argument is based around the idea that aside from the elite coaches, NBA coaches are
"...all interchangeable, ranging from "decent" to "I wouldn't hire that guy to manage a McDonald's." Take Dunleavy, whose 2000 Blazers blew a 15-point lead in Game 7 against the Lakers, still the most painful sports collapse of the decade. He's not a bad coach, but he's not really a good one, either. The same could be said for the rest of these guys."At the same time I thought of other sports where player coaches are more common (Soccer & Hockey come to mind). Didn't some hockey player do this recently? Anyhoo, long live King James! I've got a Cavs playoff montage post brewing... chock full of Alex Hastie voice mail messages! Ed I may need your help on this... too bad I was so busy during the playoffs, we should have had post game wrap up posts (way to go Al).