Originally Posted by dd24
That's a great point. We see the same thing in football too. Sometimes when these guys who are great coodinators get promoted they just aren't good head coaches (look at Wade Phillips for example). I'd be fine with Brown as a defensive coodinator. He just isn't head coach material for a championship contending team. I feel like he held Cleveland back for years. Let's face it, they had to fire him in hopes to try to keep Lebron there....
Yes, but forget the two or three years that Lebron would tank an entire playoff series. So who was actually holding the team back?