Stotts: Greatest Coach Ever?

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  1. HomerLovesKoolAid

    HomerLovesKoolAid I have a well-known member.

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    stampedehero Play On>>>/ SRV

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    Popular Answer: NO. I base this opinion on his questionable game executed decisions, especially in the fourth quarter.
     
  3. Chris Craig

    Chris Craig "It ain't me, I ain't no millionare's son"

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    No. Discussion over.
     
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    BBert Weasels Ripped My Flesh

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    The Blazers played well and won last night. So obviously the answer is yes. /thread
     
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    rotary111 Noah Vonleh will average double digit rebounds.

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    Some of the posters from one of the Denver sites were trashing their coach and praising Stotts as a great coach. They were gushing about how Stotts turned Nurkic into a low post beast instead of the perimeter player Jokic has become.
     
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    Strenuus Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    YOU SHUT YOUR WHORE MOUTH.
     
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    Best coach we've had since Dunleavy
     
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    SlyPokerDog Woof! Staff Member Administrator

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    I never liked Dunleavy.
     
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    Really dry dull personality but a damned good coach for the times in my view...
     
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    We haven’t had any good coaches since dunleavey.
     
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    Best coach since Caleb Canales...or Kevin Pritchard. Whoever came last.
    But no, I agree that he's the best since Dunleavy. But that's not saying much of anything, as I believe it's only been Nate, Caleb, and Kevin between Mike and Tater.
    We've had some pretty mediocre-to-awful coaches for the past 15ish years!
     
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    Chris Craig "It ain't me, I ain't no millionare's son"

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    Yeah, Dunleavy was an asshole but he was a good coach. I remember when Nate was supposed to be good. We stole him from Seattle. We were going to get Dwayne Casey but we got him instead. Everyone was saying we scored, and he was far better than Casey...Ha. Kevin and Caleb were both Interim...like Caleb. Not a lot of experience coaching, but a great guy. Very hard working. Pritch was a dick. Still is.
     
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    PtldPlatypus Blazers scoring leader through 11/23: CJ McCollum

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    Um...Mo?
     
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    I never thought of Mo as a leader...he seemed more like one of the players...I didn't think he was a very good coach
     
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    I think a lot of people here would probably make good coaches. It seems easy to them so maybe we should give one of them a try.
     
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    Ugh, thanks for reminding me! Another abysmally bad coach to add to the list!
     
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    Mo what?
     
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    PtldPlatypus Blazers scoring leader through 11/23: CJ McCollum

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