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Old 01-18-2013, 01:38 PM   #6
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Default Re: Alvin Gentry and the Suns agree to part ways

Originally Posted by wagexslave
He's a good coach for a team that has a lot of mature players and veteran leadership within the player roster, as he seems to let veteran leader players have more control over what happens on the court than most coaches. Like... he was the perfect coach for a Steve Nash led team, because he let Steve practically be the co-coach of the team. But for a young team with chemistry issues that's struggling to find an identity, he just doesn't have the command and dicipline to keep the players in check and working to their strengths. He is also often a poor decision maker in the clutch, often letting other teams make 10-0+ runs on the Suns before calling a time-out to try to ease the pain.

Thanks for the insight.

how did you like gentrys rotations? starting dudley at the 2 with tucker at the 3 and beasely pretty much falling out of the line up, at least until dudley was out for a couple games

would you like to see the recent starting 5 stay intact? dragic, dudley, tucker, scola, gortat.
or do you think a switch up is in order? move brown back into the starting 5? or morris? etc.
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