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Old 03-10-2012, 02:32 PM   #1
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if we want to bring elements of the triangle into what we currently do, mike brown should add rambis to his staff. he is available.
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Old 03-10-2012, 02:45 PM   #2
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if we want to bring elements of the triangle into what we currently do, mike brown should add rambis to his staff. he is available.

This would be a good idea if there was a position available. However, the lakers are also concerned about payroll.

If the lakers truly wanted an additional member to add on to the staff to bring in parts of the triangle, the best person would be Tex Winter, who had worked for Phil as a part time consultant.
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This would be a good idea if there was a position available. However, the lakers are also concerned about payroll.

If the lakers truly wanted an additional member to add on to the staff to bring in parts of the triangle, the best person would be Tex Winter, who had worked for Phil as a part time consultant.
Tex Winter had a stroke. He can barely speak and feed himself.

Rambis? Has this place gone insane? He wasn't that great of an assistant coach. If the Lakers are going to hire another coach to run the offense there has to be at least a dozen better candidates than Rambis.

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Tex Winter had a stroke. He can barely speak and feed himself.

Rambis? Has this place gone insane? He wasn't that great of an assistant coach. If the Lakers are going to hire another coach to run the offense there has to be at least a dozen better candidates than Rambis.

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I had no idea that tex had a stroke. That's sad.

lol its funny how you brought up Rambis' role. Phil Jackson used Rambis to come up with different defensive schemes, which he was very good at. A defensive coach to go with a defensive coach? No thanks.
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Tex Winter had a stroke. He can barely speak and feed himself.

Rambis? Has this place gone insane? He wasn't that great of an assistant coach. If the Lakers are going to hire another coach to run the offense there has to be at least a dozen better candidates than Rambis.

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Brian Shaw or Byron Scott are the only coaches I'd ever be happy with to coach us
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