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Old 01-13-2007, 09:08 AM   #6
LouV
Can barely lace up my sneakers
 
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Everyone has summed it up nicely.

No defense, no defense, bad coaching job, no defense.

Isiah has done a great job in my opinion as a GM. He knows talent. But as a coach, I think he is not top echelon, and we all know it. He knows it. But he's forced into the job. He's got to stress defense more.

Pat Riley always had Van Gundy as his defense coach. Does Isiah have anyone in this role?
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