Mike Dunleavy was LA Clippers’ Wizard of Aw’s: Awesome, Awful, Then Awkward

March 12th, 2010 by Andre Vergara Leave a reply »

Ding-dong, the witch is dead!

Which old witch?

The wicked witch!

The cheap-suit-wearing, arms-folded-squinty-eyed-staring, no-halftime-adjustment-preparing witch!

For Clipper Nation, two Mike Dunleavy bootings in one month is as good as it’s gonna get this season. If changing coaches was throwing the bucket of water on Dumbleavy, then firing him as GM without warning was dropping the house on him.

If Donald Sterling could get him evicted from his L.A. home to boot, it would almost feel like making the playoffs. Or at least winning a game in Utah.

Maybe I’m being Bill Simmons-type hard on the old guy. After all, I joined his hair club for men after he took the Clips on the best playoff run in their L.A. history. He loaded the team with talents like Chris Kaman, Eric Gordon, and Marcus Camby, and managed to improve on last season’s win total without having Blake Griffin lace ’em up once.

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