With all the talk of playoffs and an eventual championship, I offer this question: is Nate the general who can lead his warriors to the ultimate victory?
Many have commented that McMillan is good with young players, teaching fundamentals and discipline. How does he do with veterans and 'superstars'? He certainly has respect as the coach of the present but does he have the stuff that can carry a team to the future? At crunch time in a title series will he bring a championship caliber performance as coach?
Others have opined on this site that Nate would eventually have to be replaced for the team to go all the way. I would like to hear more detail from those of that persuasion.
No doubt Nate thinks he can deliver and I personally have no reason to think otherwise - I simply am not that familiar with his strengths and weaknesses. Having heard little tidbits from both sides over the course of the season, I now throw this out for your discussion: in effectively communicating vision, purpose and goals as well as executing the nuts and bolts of championship coaching, is Nate 'The One'?