Who should the new coach be?

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    isaacl90
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    how about the brooklyn knight? Hel strike some fear into the team

    #51928
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    matt

    i like the idea of nate mcmillan a lot.

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    Gcrash
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    Patrick! We have a top offensive center that Pat will make better. Patrick knows how to run an offense around a center. Can you imagine Patrick fulfilling the only void of his career with a championship in BK!

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    GMadhere

    Mike Brown is available too.

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    deshawn15
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    SLOAN, OR THE VAN GUNDYS

    #51969
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    deshawn15
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    HOPEFULLY THE NEW COACH REALLY GET THIS GROUP TOGETHER, AND PLAY MARSHON MORE,

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    PJ

    Nate MacMillan should have a head coaching job in the NBA.  Period.

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    mo

    If Mark Jackson were available I would say him. Phil is the logical choice.  I would also explore what one could get

    for DWill. Derick Favors and a good young point guard + draft choices would make this team more interesting.

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    WynnDuffy
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    Give Rick Mahorn a taste.

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    Will Rausch

    There hasn’t been this much speculation since the Dwightmare. Phil doesn’t want the job. But Phil likes Mikhail. Stan won’t touch the job. But his brother will…under one condition. “P.J. is our coach” repeated ad nauseum by the front office. Who the hell knows?

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    Benny Nadeau
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    NATE

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    JTole

    I haven’t heard Larry Brown’s name at all.  I thought the champion Piston’s team he had was a great example of a defensive team and bunch of role players.

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    WynnDuffy
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    Billy King has a history with Larry Brown.

    Nets also have a history with Larry Brown, and it ain’t good.

    Larry Brown’s coaching stint with the Knicks was an abomination of nuclear proportions.

    Larry’s getting older, and I’m sure he would love the retirement fund, with the fiscal cliff and all.

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    Will Rausch

    You mean Larry Brown, who bailed on the Nets  with six games left in the season ( a PLAYOFF Net team no less) in order to go coach a COLLEGE team?

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