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    Hawks Fire Head Coach Lloyd Pierce

    Per Woj

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    Good move

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    Can't say that I'm surprised because Atlanta should be a playoff team this year and they ain't

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    Jumped the gun, no one stayed healthy, and now the coach pays the price.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tg11 View Post
    Can't say that I'm surprised because Atlanta should be a playoff team this year and they ain't
    Exactly, a team doesn't hand out $160 million in free agency just to be a lottery team.

    Pierce never really figured out how to use the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    Exactly, a team doesn't hand out $160 million in free agency just to be a lottery team.

    Pierce never really figured out how to use the team.
    I read somewhere that the projected starting lineup of Young-Bogdanovic-Hunter-Gallinaro-Capella have played like 5 games together and minutes wise 1 game. Lol


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    Nate McMillan is set to be interim coach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    I read somewhere that the projected starting lineup of Young-Bogdanovic-Hunter-Gallinaro-Capella have played like 5 games together and minutes wise 1 game. Lol


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    I just never understood how or why he decided who was going to start and who was going to play. Didn't seem like much rhyme or reason to it, other than just having loyalty to the young guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    I just never understood how or why he decided who was going to start and who was going to play. Didn't seem like much rhyme or reason to it, other than just having loyalty to the young guys.
    Itís literally been injuries.
    Hunter 18 games played
    Gallinari 22 (1 start)
    Bogdanovich 9 (2 starts)
    Reddish 26 games

    2 projected starters. A 6th starter. 7th man.


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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Itís literally been injuries.
    Hunter 18 games played
    Gallinari 22 (1 start)
    Bogdanovich 9 (2 starts)
    Reddish 26 games

    2 projected starters. A 6th starter. 7th man.


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    There hasn't exactly been many healthy teams across the NBA this year. They are still under-performing even with whose been healthy. I'd argue last season was a disappointment for them too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Itís literally been injuries.
    Hunter 18 games played
    Gallinari 22 (1 start)
    Bogdanovich 9 (2 starts)

    Reddish 26 games

    2 projected starters. A 6th starter. 7th man.


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    Why are these 2 guys not starting every single game they were healthy? [emoji848]

    Why is Rondo only playing 15 mpg?
    Why is Gallo only playing 21 mpg?
    Why was Bogi only play 23 mpg?

    The issue is mucher larger than guys being injured. McMillan will have this team better than 14-20 in the second half of the season, imo.

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    Just saying, there's more than just bad coaching. Also I don't think they will be much better. They are kinda below average.

    Also of not: Gali doesn't start because Collins is better

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    I was watching the HEAT play them last night and was thinking... I wonder how long until McMillan is given yet another chance to lead a team to a 1st round exit... Then boom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Just saying, there's more than just bad coaching. Also I don't think they will be much better. They are kinda below average.

    Also of not: Gali doesn't start because Collins is better
    They're turnover prone, undisciplined defensively, and have no true leader in the floor. I definitely wouldn't rally behind Trae if I was a player on that team. I think leadership is so often overlooked on a team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Just saying, there's more than just bad coaching. Also I don't think they will be much better. They are kinda below average.

    Also of not: Gali doesn't start because Collins is better
    I agree, they had bad luck. I felt like their spending spree this offseason was a year or two too early.

    I also can't believe Bogdan decided he would rather play on Atlanta than with Giannis, Middleton, and Jrue in Milwaukee.

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