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Old 06-24-2006, 01:50 PM   #1
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Default Was it a good move to fire larry brown?

i believe it was a good move to fire him because his style of play doesnt mix with the players he was coaching. yea he a great caoch but he did a ****ty job. even though the players are the ones who gets the job done. i feel he was the biggest reason y they won 23 games. i say that because he never aloud the players to get use to each other because there was always a new starting lineup. when u look at the playoff teams they didnt have 42 different starting lineups and they didnt have 12 men rotations. u are not goin to win many games that way. hopefully isiah can get the job done.
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Old 06-24-2006, 03:33 PM   #2
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Brown wasn't working out, but Isiah Thomas, I think, is just a temporary coach solution, not a permanent one
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Old 06-24-2006, 11:18 PM   #3
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Firing Larry Brown was a terrible idea by the Knicks. They wiil have to pay him 52million$, which means they probably wont be able to sign any of the good players that are going to be free agents. He is also a very good coach, the Knicks just had problems with turnovers, defense, and executing in crunch time.
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Yes it was the right move.

Brown was not willing to do his job the way he was asked to. He was asked to teach a group of young athletes defense. He instead choose to just complain that they didn't know and understand defense already.
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