If 32 people told me to jump off a bridge...Ever hear the saying, "If 10 people tell you you have a tail, sooner or later you have to turn around and take a look." Do you understand what it means?I can read, Tom. The lines equating my opinions to UFO conspiracies was immature. And the fact that you thought I was alone in that opinion is a bit disturbing.Can you read, NewYawk?
TWICE I said I was wrong in thinking you were alone in your opinion. What more do you want?
Geesh. We badly need an "ignore" feature on this forum.
In other words, if you have 32 people here saying Isiah wasn't a good coach and only 8 who say he was, maybe it's time to reevaluate your opinion.
Wait. Someone PM'd me last night and said you were incapable of that. In fact, I think they called you "The Wall."
If 32 people told me to touch the third rail...
If 32 people told me Isiah Thomas was a bad coach...
And, let's say, half of those 32 voted Thomas "bad", but followed it up with: "In many ways, Thomas was doomed to fail, because he had a ridiculously redundant roster. He tried (and I believe this was his direction from Donnie) to get everyone playing time, but when your 13th man is as deserving of PT as your 7th man, establishing a consistent rotation just ain't going to happen." [Anthem]. Would that change your opinion?
Clearly, you don't like dissenting opinion. I have yet to see anything form you that concretly refutes anything I've said. Thomas Ii] did [/i] have a winning record. The team did improve each year he was coach. Key players on the squad did improve each year he was coach.
If you were looking for championships from 2001-2003, then yes: Thomas was a bad HC. However, with the youngest team in the NBA, such an expectation was unrealistic, and perhaps you're being a little to harsh.
We disagree. This argument is highly subjective as both sides clearly have a point. Accept it. Deal with it. Move on.