The man brought them a championship and 4 finals appearances, albeit with LeBron. Still, he got a rough deal being fired so quickly into the season, when now, the job he did looks comparatively good.
Should they bring back the ringed one?
Injuries excluded (so no John Wall, Nurkic, Roberson etc)
To Help you out, I listed some of the better options below
**HERE ARE SOME NOTABLE OPTIONS**
**PG:** Monte Morris, George Hill, Dennis Schröder, Emmanuel Mudiay, Coby White, Rajon Rondo, Alex Caurso
**SG:** Malik Beasley, Lonnie Walker, Jordan Clarkson, Malik Monk
**SF:** Terrence Ross, Bogdan Bogdanović, Nic Batum, DeMarre Carroll, Mikal Bridges, Cameron Johnson
**PF:** Jerami Grant, Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, JaMychal Green, Ersan Ilyasova, Marvin Williams, Kelly Olynyk
**C:** Serge Ibaka, Mason Plumlee, Dwight Howard, Christian Wood, Cheick Diallo, Boban Marjanovic, John Henson
Here is what I got, went with a 10 man team
PG: Monte Morris/George Hill
SG: Malik Beasley/Terrence Ross
SF: Bogdan Bogdanović/Mikal Bridges
PF: Jerami Grant/Marvin Williams
C: Mason Plumlee/Serge Ibaka
Could stick Dennis in for Hill but I want some defense, but this team does *desperately* need offence so one of Clarkson/Schroeder could slot in
***CONCLUSION:*** Tried to get some balance in there, but yeah this team ain’t making the playoffs lol
Maybe it’s because I’m from Canada where we have Holcey night in Canada every night where literally 75% of the league plays on Saturday but it’s kind of weird to see that there are many Saturdays during the year where there are literally no interesting NBA games. I’m not sure why but as a Canadian I’m guessing it might have something to do with College Football on Saturdays and NFL on Sundays but I feel like the NBA can at least compete with the best leagues on Saturday. I feel like there have been too many Saturday nights where people sit down to watch any basketball and they see there is only 4 games on and none of them are between good teams or even televised. Once again this is just my opinion but it seems like the NBA could really profit by focusing on Saturday night NBA.
>The 76ers defeated the Cavaliers by 47 points tonight, just hours after the Mavericks blew out the Pelicans by 46 points. It’s the first time in NBA history that two teams recorded 45+ point victories on the same day.