In my opinion that would have set our program back 10 years. I think the wise decision was made to bring in Tim Floyd. Floyd had some good teams. People are mad he left. I did not mind him leaving due to the Bulls gig opening up. At the time it was the marquee job in the league.
I'm not saying it wouldn't have, just was trying to remember if that was the case or not.
I dunno if that job was marquee when Floyd took it - stepping into that situation with everyone leaving, I'd say that job was bottom of the barrel. Nobody would have succeeded.
Originally Posted by MNCyGuy
The only answer to "who/what is GeronimusClone?" is in fact "GeronimousClone". You're like The Todd on Scrubs.
Originally Posted by Angie
This is why you're my favorite
Originally Posted by MoreCowbell
GC, he's obviously all man. And I don't think Ellen would go *****, even for GC...
He was at New Mexico State.. but is not on their coaches list now.
I know he was hired there, but supposedly had a better deal come up as a video coordinator for the Sacramento Kings(?) if I read an article correctly. Apparently, between the time he told NMS he wasn't coming and the time he was supposed to start something happened that killed the deal. They didn't want him back at NMS, either.
I spent some time Googling him and haven't found anything other than someone with the same name being listed as an asst. with an AAU under 13 team in Houston. (No photo to confirm)
It's like he's vanished from the face of the earth.
Walking on water is easy. Just do it in December when it's frozen.
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