New Jersey Nets Should Hire Byron Scott

November 12th, 2009 by Jersey Leave a reply »
Look, I'm all for an 0-82 season.

Seriously, the Nets are horrible. They're not about to get any better this year. They may even end up with the number one draft choice in 2010—not to mention enough cap room to sign LeBron James AND another big free agent with cash flow from a rich new owner. Mark my words, the Nets will be title contendors for years to come, starting next season. But right now, they're just awful. And if they're going to lose a lot of games, let's make it historic and lose them all. But that doesn't mean I'm off the "Fire Lawrence Frank" bandwagon. Avid readers of my blog know how much I despise the short coach of the Nets. He's a lame duck, and with the team about to be turned over, I doubt he'll be around next season. (HOOray!) So why not get started a little early? Ditch the poor guy right now. I've got a new coach all ready and waiting. He's former Nets coach Byron Scott, and he's freshly fired from the New Orleans Hornets. Have we forgotten that Scott was the coach during the "glory years" when Jason Kidd and Kenyon Martin took the team to two consecutive championships? Sure, they lost them both, but it's the closest they ever got. Remember how ...

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