We knew that sooner or later Frank would show some flaws in his coaching. I think that, because his biggest strength is believing in guys when they don't believe in themselves, while the Pacers were underdogs it was the overwhelming positivity that carried the day.
Now, however, we're seeing some things that could be a problem. Off the top of my head, I can think of:
- Limited offensive sets
- Inflexible rotations (though this probably should be "not as flexible as they could be")
- Inability to get the attention of guys who now think they are hot stuff and don't need him any more.
None of these are "OMG DUMP HIM!" faults, nor are they all completely his doing (I mean, really, tuning out the guy who got you where you are? How dumb is that?). However, they seem to be visible not just to fans but to opposing coaches and have become something they can plan for.