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He would make one helluva coach. I was listening to him against the Blazers and every thing he said was right. I mean if he was the Blazers coach, i bet we could be doing better then we are right now. That is if he knows his X's and O's.

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Originally posted by <b>BlazerShorty990</b>!
He would make one helluva coach. I was listening to him against the Blazers and every thing he said was right. I mean if he was the Blazers coach, i bet we could be doing better then we are right now. That is if he knows his X's and O's.

What do you guys think???
I'm pretty sure he has no interest in becoming a coach.

In fact, I think at one point back in the early 90's, a couple teams approached him about assistant coaching vacancies around the league and he turned them down.
 

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Its not an issue of understanding the Xs and Os. It isn't about competence. I think Steve holds no illusions about the problems of NBA coaches, and he enjoys his current life. Why tie a chunk of your happiness to the mental whims of twenty-somethings who have been spoiled for at least 10 years?
 

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Originally posted by <b>BlazerShorty990</b>!
He would make one helluva coach. I was listening to him against the Blazers and every thing he said was right. I mean if he was the Blazers coach, i bet we could be doing better then we are right now. That is if he knows his X's and O's.

What do you guys think???
I certainly know that bfan1 would heartily agree with you. ;)

Me? I'm still holding out for Steve Kerr. :cool:

Snapper was an offensive juggernaut in the ABA. If he became the Blazers' coach, maybe he could become persuaded to lace them up, too? :laugh:
 
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