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End of season thoughts...

 Does Joe Mazzulla deserve another kick at the can. I don't know, when he was asked about shooting so many threes and missing would he change, he said no. Honestly not sure I like a Coach who is unwilling to adapt. Do I agree with my mentor Tom Lane on if he's here I believe so. Was he the right choice earlier this season... No! They didn't do him any favors either. They didn't even bother bringing in any veteran assistants to actually get in his ear. Taking the interim tag off him was also a huge mistake. 

About Jaylen Brown, unfortunately he played like absolute crap Monday night. He took full responsibility which to me means a lot. Does he deserve a huge max extension?! By NBA standards he does. He's earned the right to maximize his money. Would I trade him?! I don't think you would get any value near his worth. My answer is hold on to JB, he and Tatum actually like playing with each other from my perspective. You can find pieces to accompany their talent. 

Ultimately the C's meaning Wyc and Brad screwed things up with Ime. They are the ones to blame for us wasting yet another season without a Banner. Here's another thing Al looks like shell of himself. It may be time for Al to take a step back or retire. Maybe even become a coach himself on this staff. Another things Marcus Smart has reached his ceiling. He was very careless with the ball and looked to shoot first. 

There needs to be changes that's for sure. In all reality Brad and Wyc don't have the stones to do so. Joe should be fired. Eat the money Wyc this is your fault. JB should stay and he and Tatum need to be given a chance to redeem themselves. I see Tom mentioned the Blazers have the third pick which is nice but does it bring back anything immediate in return not so sure. For a team to have two All NBA players is impressive. Now it's time to actually win a ring. Don't become the Thunder of Durant, Westbrook, and Harden and win nothing. 

I've got other things on my mind and will be out soon. Remember this from Seinfeld character Frank Costanza?Frank Costanza : I got a lot of problems with you people! And now you're gonna hear about it! Wyc and Brad beware. I'm coming. 

PS if Tatum doesn't hurt his ankle we win. Go Nuggets! Go Nuggets! Stick the so called Heat culture where the sun don't shine. 


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