I was trying to figure out just how to engage the small but vocal group of tanking advocates in a positive way, and I think this question might work.
Anyone can feel free to answer.
The question is this - suppose the Pacers throw in the towel on the season and get rid of skilled players while bringing in young cheap guys to maybe develop but mostly to lose games to try for a high draft pick.
How do YOU tangibly let the organization know you think this is the right move? How do YOU encourage others to do the same? What do YOU do to help keep this from being a financial and marketing disaster?
I'm asking because the reaction of casual fans to throwing a season away on what seems to me to be a glorified Powerball ticket concerns me greatly. As most here know, that's my number 1 argument against doing it (among others).
In my case, I'm an STH and will be there through thick and thin. I may not always agree with the coaching or the moves, but I'll be there.
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