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Magicfan1987    215
3 minutes ago, magicdoc1 said:

Of all available coaches out there, the one more experienced and more qualified is:: 

yep! Frank Vogel. Likely heading to New York. I dont like the guy but I dont see anyone more experienced out there. I dont think we can go with a rookie coach again. 

It is laughable when people think that Borrego or Stackhouse will do a better job. 

I'd be happy with Fizdale

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magicdoc1    167
2 minutes ago, Mauro Pedrosa said:

He wants Fizdale who wasn't afraid of putting Marc Gasol in his place. Maybe he's tired of European Centers :)

This is a guy that if it is available I will go after. Experienced and respectable. 

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magicdoc1    167
6 minutes ago, Magicfan1987 said:

I'd be happy with Fizdale

Yes. I will be ok with that. 

Stackhouse is not the answer. I dont know anything about him and coaching skills but it reminds me of Hornacek. Too much hype which ended up having no so good coaching skills.

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Jay Magic    254
6 minutes ago, Mauro Pedrosa said:

He wants Fizdale who wasn't afraid of putting Marc Gasol in his place. Maybe he's tired of European Centers :)

I could see games where Frank would take AG out the game but would leave Evan and Vooch for doing the same thing that's what I think he's talking about.

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Jay Magic    254

Jonathan Isaac discussing Frank Vogel: “I think Frank did well in terms of his positivity and his relentlessness. There was a lot of times where he saw us give up, he saw us not play to the best of our ability. And he wasn’t having it.”

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JJZFL    107
11 hours ago, magicblue said:

He has to meet his own personal quota of saying something about it at least once a day.

How many pro-tank comments are there?  A lot more than one a day.  But keep it up with the negative comments which have no substance.  Helps us remember the way this forum used to be. 

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ML6    250

So AG says we need accountability and Isaac says when Vogel sensed the team dogging it he "wasn't having it".  I guess those aren't exactly the same thing but that seems like a weird juxtaposition.

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Jay Magic    254

Johnathan Simmons: we need a coach who will coach us to not make mistakes. In his exit interview

WOAH lool this says something

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?4thewin    1,758
Just now, ML6 said:

So AG says we need accountability and Isaac says when Vogel sensed the team dogging it he "wasn't having it".  I guess those aren't exactly the same thing but that seems like a weird juxtaposition.

The difference is between getting on the group and disciplining individuals

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?4thewin    1,758
Just now, Jay Magic said:

Johnathan Simmons: we need a coach who will coach us to not make mistakes. In his exit interview

WOAH lool this says something

You know you can embed tweets by copying the link to tweet

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ML6    250
1 minute ago, ?4thewin said:

The difference is between getting on the group and disciplining individuals

Good point

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Jay Magic    254
Just now, ?4thewin said:

You know you can embed tweets by copying the link to tweet

On my other phone i can. Not this crap. 

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