Whether it is using the bench or properly utilizing T/O's I think that is an area where Carlisle excels.
Winning breeds winning (IMHO) and things like the above can't be overstated in their importance.
At this point I even have to question the 'player development' argument used in Isiah's favor because it seems to me I see more players developing and contributing (consistently) under Carlisle.
So now to my question:
Is Carlisle the 'right coach at the right time' or is it a case of 'better late than never'?