Quinn seems like a smart guy. I have a lot of confidence that he'll teach the players his systems, match the lineups that work well together, develop the young guys so they show improvement and create rotations that will match up well against their opponents. I'm hoping that that DL gives him the same, "it's not about wins or losses" directive that he gave Ty last year so that Quin can use this season to experiment with his lineups AND develop these young kids. I fully believe that with a year of learning and growing this team could become really good by next year. They're probably still a lottery team this year, but hopefully with shot at moving up into the top 6 if the league changes the lottery rules. Either that, or I'd love to see them package some of their substantial assets into a deal for an All-Star guy to lead the young core. Gobert, Favors, Hayward, Burks, Burke, Exum and Hood have all looked really good. Hopefully Kanter (and Burks) can show even more improvement as well.