Re: How do you like Tyrone Corbin as a coach?
Yea, encouraging signs that he's willing to change the game plan based on the players on the floor, rather than stubbornly sticking to the gameplan and trying to get the players to awkwardly fit into it.
Communication issues may be worrisome, but the fact its end of the bench malcontents and not starters doing the whining is something. Still, you'd want to be careful with it, especially when you've got a team with a stack of youngsters on it and having disgruntled veterans getting into the ears of youngsters can't be good. Then again you hear about guys like Williams and Tinsley helping Kanter and Burks etc and you'd figure it's not much of a problem.