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  • #16
    jonnywalker wrote: View Post
    ^ true dat.

    I was hoping Masai was smart enough to hire SVG or Lionel Hollins
    Unfortunately Masai isn't as smart as you.
    If we knew half as much about coaching an NBA team as we think, we"d know twice as much as we do.

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    • #17
      SamMitchells wrote: View Post
      Who has the patience for that? He's obviously trash with no potential. I hope the raptors don't make the playoffs or lose 4-0 first round so the average raptor fan won't be deceived by Casey
      Yep, that's super obvious.

      C'mon guys, like 2/3rds of the team is in a slump right now and we are pinning it all on Casey? Like Lowry, Patterson, Ross, Williams, Vazquez are all playing well below where they should be and have been previously.
      (Don't bother responding, I'll do it for you: Hey, it's Casey's job to make sure they play well. By the way, when they start winning, the talent of the players completely bail him out, and he's just doing the bare minimum of his job making him play that well.)
      That is a normal collar. Move on, find a new slant.

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      • #18
        Is Mike Malone still available after being removed by Sacramento? Or does anybody actually believe one of our assistant coaches have it in them to take over? Tom sterner would atleast energize these guys if he had full control.

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        • #19
          Who would we hire though? JVG? Ollie? McMillan?
          And would they come here?

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          • #20
            SamMitchells wrote: View Post
            Casey is a racist as well toward JV. Jonas is playing like an All Star when you allow him to play HIS game( not Casey's game) but they refuse to go to him on plays he likes.
            In the future, if you are going to play the race card, you should be really sure you know what you're talking about.

            Casey doesn't have patience for young players, not white ones. He had a quick hook for Ed Davis. He gives minutes to weirdos like Vasquez and Hansbrough, and Val has played more minutes than Amir anyway.

            In terms of calling plays, that just speaks to Casey's rigid mindset... players have very defined roles for Casey, and they don't deviate from that. Val is mostly a garbageman, Ross is a spot-up shooter, Lou is the iso-master at the end of quarters. Has nothing to do with black or white.

            But most importantly... Dwane is married to a white woman, Brenda.
            It’s Ogugua season. Time to gugua.

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            • #21
              Could care less whether Casey gets fired or not. Not going to rant one way or another. MU has a much better handle on what's going on than we do . There are coaches out there and this is a pretty damn good opportunity for any available coach - they'd be crazy to at least not think long and hard.
              If we knew half as much about coaching an NBA team as we think, we"d know twice as much as we do.

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              • #22
                If Masai thinks there are no problems at the coaching level. We're doomed .
                2006-07 NBA Coach of the Year

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                • #23
                  Other Scott wrote: View Post
                  Yep, that's super obvious.

                  C'mon guys, like 2/3rds of the team is in a slump right now and we are pinning it all on Casey? Like Lowry, Patterson, Ross, Williams, Vazquez are all playing well below where they should be and have been previously.
                  (Don't bother responding, I'll do it for you: Hey, it's Casey's job to make sure they play well. By the way, when they start winning, the talent of the players completely bail him out, and he's just doing the bare minimum of his job making him play that well.)
                  Its not a slump. If the Hawks start losing its a slump because shots aren't falling. Raptor offense only works if guys hit difficult shots. The defense isnt slumping but broken and hasn't been good all year.

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                  • #24
                    DanH wrote: View Post
                    Casey should not be fired in-season. If the playoffs go badly, sure, you can cut him loose then.
                    Yes.

                    They are going to be a first round out regardless.

                    At least this way their first round draft pick goes in to the teens.


                    Current Raps are reminiscent of the Milwaukee Bucks "Fear the Deer" of a few years back. Great slogan, feel good story - but ultimately unsustainable.

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                    • #25
                      Other Scott wrote: View Post
                      Yep, that's super obvious.

                      C'mon guys, like 2/3rds of the team is in a slump right now and we are pinning it all on Casey? Like Lowry, Patterson, Ross, Williams, Vazquez are all playing well below where they should be and have been previously.
                      (Don't bother responding, I'll do it for you: Hey, it's Casey's job to make sure they play well. By the way, when they start winning, the talent of the players completely bail him out, and he's just doing the bare minimum of his job making him play that well.)
                      Casey can't make the players put the ball in the net.

                      But he can put them in a better position to put the ball in the net.


                      It is on him for their style of play. If players are doing what he is asking, he is an idiot. If players aren't doing what he is asking, he is a bad coach with no accountability or deserving of player's respect.


                      That is just offense. The defense is broke. He has been found out. Any team that wasn't previously aware how to beat it surely know after reading Lowe's breakdown.

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                      • #26
                        Watching Casey in his postgame interview I felt he was somewhat mystified with the beatdown and also came across scared/nervous with the team's performance. Scary if he cant pull them out of it. Lowry (it starts with him) is just not playing well ...for some reason.

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                        • #27
                          There is a systematic flaw both offensively and defensively, teams know what we're going to do and expose the weaknesses
                          "Both teams played hard my man" - Sheed

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                          • #28
                            I prefer #tradeRoss

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                            • #29
                              Balls of Steel wrote: View Post
                              I prefer #tradeRoss
                              If a guy is that terrible why would anybody want him? Only guys with trade value are the ones playing hero ball since they are putting up numbers except GV although his assts are down his ppg are OK.

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                              • #30
                                mcHAPPY wrote: View Post
                                Yes.

                                They are going to be a first round out regardless.

                                At least this way their first round draft pick goes in to the teens.


                                Current Raps are reminiscent of the Milwaukee Bucks "Fear the Deer" of a few years back. Great slogan, feel good story - but ultimately unsustainable.
                                They should try to miss playoffs tbh. What's the point?
                                Only one thing matters: We The Champs.

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