LOL.. Greg Miller just had to restrain Corbin after he got hit with a Technical for arguing a call.. (Denver's game)
That's the first time I've seen an owner having to restrain a coach!!!
11-26-2012 09:22 PM
I would rather have just johnson without sloan.... you should have put that option.
Nah, Johnson would have said no. He did retired together with Sloan. He wouldn't stay on without Sloan.
Originally Posted by fishonjazz
Nobody has long term memory on the board. X'cept for me, I remember the same number of people pining for Sloan's retirement/firing as there is for Corbin. 'He's old fashioned', 'he doesn't play rookies', 'his rotation doesn't change for matchups/who's hot'.
Forget all that? Really? Frankly, now Corbin is easily as good as late career Sloan, and Corbin still has tons to learn and time to learn it.
Stop gocking troll. Sloan made a living at getting more from less. GTFO!!!!
Originally Posted by AKMVP
This thread sucks. No ****ing way.
I love Sloan. Love him. LOVE HIM!
But I love what Sloan was. He isn't "Sloan" anymore. It's a sad fact of life. It happens to the best of us... to all of us eventually.
We can't have "Sloan" back because he doesn't exist anymore.
Originally Posted by Gameface
Sloan looks like he's 102 years old.
I'm not a lip reader but I could of sworn he said "where am I?" to his great, great grandson sitting next to him tonight.
I think Harpring was trying to nicely say Sloan should stay retired
He overachieved in 1 season only. Argue all you want but losing record in playoffs is nothing to be proud about especially when you had Stockton and Malone for so long. If not Stockton and Malone Sloan would have never lasted so long in UTAH, just ask Chicago where he tried to coach and got canned pretty quick.
Originally Posted by Thee jazz fan
Learning begins when you do not know the answer.