Wow folks...my internet connection just got SLAUGHTERED last night and it took me until now to fix it up to the point I could post. That marks the first time in 2 years there hasn't been a weekday post from me on Blazersedge in the morning. Fortunately Ben's Media Row Report saved the day.
--I won't bother to do a recap of last night's game now. Suffice it to say you can't bork the last two minutes of the third that hard and expect to win against a playoff team. Also this is what happens when you have to guard T-Mac with players 6'3" and below.
--Jersey Contest Participants, the form for the San Antonio game on Sunday will be up in minutes. Don't forget it's a 3:00 start!
--I know the playoff count is wrong. I'll fix it tomorrow. It's 88 games now.
--Topic of discussion for the weekend, courtesy of a comment by TimG:
With all of the talk about coaches (and by proxy GM's) we should talk about how you know that a member of management has jumped the shark and it's time for a change. Obviously that point comes at some juncture...as Isiah Thomas turning the Knicks into the NBA version of a Superfund Site shows us. But seriously, what are the signs?
This is supposed to be a helpful, philosophical, interesting conversation, so let's save the canned (and obvious) cracks like "The team gives up 10 in the last minutes of the third" or "He plays Jarrett Jack 20 minutes a game". In theoretical terms, applicable to most teams, how do you know when to change?