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View Poll Results: Is Bryan Colangelo good for this team long term

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    Bryan Colangelo

    simple question do we keep him or not??

    i say we dont resign him

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    k i agree he should he go but what is with this forum and the completely opposite poll options...
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    depends. Is he taking Andrea with him?

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    This season will decide. If the team comes together he stays, if not he'll be gone. I don't think they expect much of the team, I certainly don't. But if things don't work out he will have had long enough.

    That said, I know we're not winning games but the reaction in here is lame. We just took the Spurs to multiple OT. We don't have a big game finisher. Do the math.

    We're EXACTLY where young teams usually are: struggling to learn how to win close games.

    We are NOT getting blown out, we have stretches of very good bball. We have shorter stretches of bad ball.

    I just don't see why people get their underwear in a knot over this stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ink View Post
    This season will decide. If the team comes together he stays, if not he'll be gone. I don't think they expect much of the team, I certainly don't. But if things don't work out he will have had long enough.

    That said, I know we're not winning games but the reaction in here is lame. We just took the Spurs to multiple OT. We don't have a big game finisher. Do the math.

    We're EXACTLY where young teams usually are: struggling to learn how to win close games.

    We are NOT getting blown out, we have stretches of very good bball. We have shorter stretches of bad ball.

    I just don't see why people get their underwear in a knot over this stuff.
    that is because they are wearing granny panties

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    Quote Originally Posted by Byronicle View Post
    that is because they are wearing granny panties
    haha the importance of a good fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ink View Post
    This season will decide. If the team comes together he stays, if not he'll be gone. I don't think they expect much of the team, I certainly don't. But if things don't work out he will have had long enough.

    That said, I know we're not winning games but the reaction in here is lame. We just took the Spurs to multiple OT. We don't have a big game finisher. Do the math.

    We're EXACTLY where young teams usually are: struggling to learn how to win close games.

    We are NOT getting blown out, we have stretches of very good bball. We have shorter stretches of bad ball.

    I just don't see why people get their underwear in a knot over this stuff.
    You forgot the piston and cats game? Those were winnable games, yet the raptors put themselves to decisive possessions.....

    BC, andrea, and probably casey needs to go. Casey can't carry a team, hes an assistant coach at best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diu9leilomo View Post
    You forgot the piston and cats game? Those were winnable games, yet the raptors put themselves to decisive possessions.....

    BC, andrea, and probably casey needs to go. Casey can't carry a team, hes an assistant coach at best.
    Couldn't care less. This is the NBA. It is ultra competitive and the season will not be judged on a few missed opportunities. If there is growth over the course of the season, or the team takes an upward turn we will all relax, straighten our underwear, and say "this team is ****ing awesome". If not, BC will likely get axed at the end of the season.

    But for god's sake can we stop over-reacting to every loss and pay attention to the improvements/lack of improvements with a bit more ice water in our veins?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ink View Post
    Couldn't care less. This is the NBA. It is ultra competitive and the season will not be judged on a few missed opportunities. If there is growth over the course of the season, or the team takes an upward turn we will all relax, straighten our underwear, and say "this team is ****ing awesome". If not, BC will likely get axed at the end of the season.

    But for god's sake can we stop over-reacting to every loss and pay attention to the improvements/lack of improvements with a bit more ice water in our veins?
    This is one of the few resoundingly sensible posts (and posters) I see on this site. That said, I do think BC and co. shot themselves in the foot (feet?) for banging their doldrums about going to the playoffs and about how this team reminded him of the team that won the Atlantic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by achha100 View Post
    This is one of the few resoundingly sensible posts (and posters) I see on this site. That said, I do think BC and co. shot themselves in the foot (feet?) for banging their doldrums about going to the playoffs and about how this team reminded him of the team that won the Atlantic.
    C'mon man, Atlantic division was horrible that year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ink View Post
    Couldn't care less. This is the NBA. It is ultra competitive and the season will not be judged on a few missed opportunities. If there is growth over the course of the season, or the team takes an upward turn we will all relax, straighten our underwear, and say "this team is ****ing awesome". If not, BC will likely get axed at the end of the season.

    But for god's sake can we stop over-reacting to every loss and pay attention to the improvements/lack of improvements with a bit more ice water in our veins?
    A loss is a loss, we can't be a 3-11 with the talent we have. I understand we had a tough November, but momentum is HUGE, we just cant let games slip away like that especially with casey's rotation in crunch time. I'll give them 10 more games before I make further judgement. Looking at the schedule right now I'll be happy if we can pull 2-3 wins out of the 10 game stretch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diu9leilomo View Post
    A loss is a loss, we can't be a 3-11 with the talent we have. I understand we had a tough November, but momentum is HUGE, we just cant let games slip away like that especially with casey's rotation in crunch time. I'll give them 10 more games before I make further judgement. Looking at the schedule right now I'll be happy if we can pull 2-3 wins out of the 10 game stretch.
    Is it? I don't agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ink View Post
    Couldn't care less. This is the NBA. It is ultra competitive and the season will not be judged on a few missed opportunities. If there is growth over the course of the season, or the team takes an upward turn we will all relax, straighten our underwear, and say "this team is ****ing awesome". If not, BC will likely get axed at the end of the season.

    But for god's sake can we stop over-reacting to every loss and pay attention to the improvements/lack of improvements with a bit more ice water in our veins?
    I still think a lot of your patience comes from being a Canucks fan. You know what winning feels like lol.
    “It’s about winning,” Stoudemire said. “You win, you’re going to get on national TV. Simple. In Phoenix, we won — Western Conference finals three, four years, playoffs every year. We won. If you don’t win, nobody really wants to see you.”

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    i had intended to build a giant spreadsheet of every player that has played for EVERY team in the period of time since BC has been our GM, the goal of which was to show what i thought would amount to pretty solid evidence that the man had no plan. i figured when people could see for themselves the ridiculous number of players that have passed through here compared to other teams it would open a few eyes.

    sadly, it's taken way longer than expected. 2 and a half hours later and i've still only made it through 25 teams. i'll present my findings anyways.

    Lakers - 42
    Jazz - 46
    Pistons - 47
    Sixers - 52
    Magic - 53
    Pacers - 54
    Hawks - 56
    Bulls - 57
    Nuggets - 57
    Heat - 62
    Thunder - 63
    Blazers - 64 multiple GM's
    Cavaliers - 65
    Celtics - 66
    Mavericks - 67
    Grizzlies - 68
    Bucks - 68
    Rockets - 69
    Hornets - 69
    Bobcats - 69 - multiple GM's
    Wolves - 70 - multiple GM's
    Raptors - 71
    Warriors - 79 - multiple GM's
    Clippers - 80 - multiple GM's
    Nets - 81 - multiple GM's

    i still think it makes a pretty good case for why Colangelo should be removed. while there are 3 teams - so far, above our total, they've all had at least one GM change during that time period. it's fair to assume that the new GM probably wanted to change quite a few players off the roster he inherited.

    so where is the vision?
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    Quote Originally Posted by aman_13 View Post
    I still think a lot of your patience comes from being a Canucks fan. You know what winning feels like lol.
    Ha, do we?? lol.

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