If we use playoff appearances as a measuring stick, Vinny Del Negro has been a successful coach. His steady hand brought some legitimacy back to the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Clippers organizations after both spent a near decade desperately trying to shed a losing culture. Both the Bulls and Clippers watched Del Negro harness the mind-bending athleticism of their teams' most recent No. 1 overall picks -- Derrick Rose and Blake Griffin -- and turn it into elite production,....
If Bg and DJ can stay on the court for 32-36 mins I think we'll be fined defensively
10/29/2013 - 07:39 PM PST
CTB MVP X1
Thanks for posting, Ron. What a great read. There's such high expectations for the Clippers these days. Did Doc's Boston Celtics team have the same high expectations at the beginning of the season when they finally won the championship in 2008?
I much prefer that the team goes under the radar, but the hype is really on this year.
Being picked as one of the top 5 or 6 teams to contend for the title don't get to fly under the radar unfortunately. The true contenders will stand up to the hype and pressure. Let's hope we're one of the last 2 standing.