Los Angeles Clippers 2012/2013

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Re: Los Angeles Clippers 2012/2013

Message par Flopatey » 16 mai 2013, 13:07

D.Rose1 a écrit :et le début de chris paul aux lakers :)
Impossible, il reste encore du fric à LA ?

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Re: Los Angeles Clippers 2012/2013

Message par DaV'z » 16 mai 2013, 14:10

Sont capables de tout les Lakers... De tout !!! Ils vont filer Gasol et 2 ou 3 tour de draft qu'ils n'ont pas, rajouter a ça Steve Nash et recup Odom dans l'affaire... Quenelle Time !!!

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Message par Clipper_le_dauphin » 16 mai 2013, 14:56

On ne doit absolument pas garder Del Negro. Quelle erreur ce serait putain...
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Message par Flopatey » 16 mai 2013, 17:25

Bah il serait incapable d'emmener les Clippers plus loin qu'ils ne le sont déjà

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Message par Clipper_le_dauphin » 16 mai 2013, 17:38

Aucune identité de jeu, une défense pas bien en place, des rotations foireuses et un leadership qui n'a rien a envier à une moule : Je suis d'accord avec toi Flo.
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Message par Easy » 16 mai 2013, 18:53

ouep je suis triste a le dire mais VDN n'a jamais progressé comme il aurait du progressé en tant que coach .....

Je vois bien les Clips avec un jeune coach revolutionnaire.


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Message par Flopatey » 16 mai 2013, 22:07

Mais Shaw ira à Detroit je pense. Qui pourrait remplacer l'autre tanche alors ?

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Message par Clipper_le_dauphin » 16 mai 2013, 23:21

McMillian, Sloan...
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Message par Flopatey » 17 mai 2013, 11:48

Sloan au Clipp's ? Mouais...
McMillan, j'y croit plus :)

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Message par Ziug » 21 mai 2013, 21:20

Bye bye Del Negro remercié par les Clippers !
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Message par Flopatey » 21 mai 2013, 23:08

Enfin une bonne idée :)
Qui pour coacher ? McMillan ?

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Message par DaV'z » 21 mai 2013, 23:44

jerry sloan, le roi du pick n roll...

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Message par Clipper_le_dauphin » 21 mai 2013, 23:48

Les noms qui reviennent le plus sont Malone, actuel assistant coach des Warriors, Lionel Hollins et... Alvin Gentry...
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Message par Flopatey » 22 mai 2013, 00:37

Finalement, je me dis que Sloan à un truc à faire la bas, et qu'il pourra les emmener plus haut.
Hollins restera à Memphis j'espère :)

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Message par Dude » 22 mai 2013, 07:40

Paul devrait donc rester. Aucune raison qu'il parte ailleurs quand un nouveau coach va venir prendre en main la franchise.
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Re: Los Angeles Clippers 2012/2013

Message par Ziug » 22 mai 2013, 13:20

Voici la liste selon ESPN des futurs prétendants au coaching côté Clippers pour la saison prochaine :

1. Mike Malone

Malone was an assistant to Mark Jackson in Golden State this past season and previously had a good relationship with Paul when they were both in New Orleans under Byron Scott. Even without Paul, Malone's work with the Warriors' improved defense had already gotten him mentioned as a candidate for several of the league's open head coaching gigs.

2. Jerry Sloan

As far as I know, Paul and Griffin don't know Sloan from John Wooden, though Paul used to regularly get his butt beat in head-to-head matchups with Deron Williams in New Orleans-Utah games. Sloan is a name-brand coach whose system is conducive to a being built around a pick-and-roll combination like Paul and Griffin. His teams have also generally played at a good but moderate pace and when he's had the talent, his defenses have been strong.

3. Kelvin Sampson

The former college coach at Oklahoma and Indiana is a hot name on the coaching carousel these days but Griffin came after his days with the Sooners, so there's no tie-in there. However, Sampson's OU teams played rugged defense, as did the Bucks teams for which he served as an assistant under Scott Skiles. In Houston, Sampson learned about the wonders of efficiency and pace, which will serve him well in future jobs.

4. Lionel Hollins

Hollins has proven himself to be a fine coach, which the Clippers saw firsthand in the first round after Hollins led the adjustments that helped Memphis overcome a 21-point Game 1 defeat and knock out Los Angeles. Hollins' contract is up after this season, which is why his name keeps coming up, but the farther the Grizzlies advance in the postseason, the more unlikely it seems he'd leave.

5. Brian Shaw

Shaw will be coaching somebody next season after years as a reputation as one of the league's top assistants. The only problem is that if Shaw wants to use any semblance of the triangle offense that he helped Phil Jackson teach with the Lakers, it's not going to play well with Paul.

6. Alvin Gentry

Gentry reportedly has an existing relationship with Paul, but he's coached four teams now and feels like a retread. He's only been out of the first round once and all but two of his squads have finished 19th or worse in defensive efficiency.

7. Byron Scott

It's now been a decade since Scott coached the Nets to back-to-back Eastern Conference titles, but he was the man in charge when Paul enjoyed his and the franchise's best season in New Orleans with a second-round appearance in 2007-08.

8. Stan Van Gundy
Lui ce serait étonnant, il a déjà annoncé qu'il ne re-coacherait pas l'année prochaine...

Van Gundy is an excellent coach who will get another shot when he's ready, but for the time being, he's reportedly not interesting in coaching in 2013-14. That's kind of a snag.

9. Mark Jackson

Jackson's angling for an extension in Golden State, and it's hard to imagine he'd leave, or that the Warriors would let him. However, Jackson moved around a lot as a player and would presumably enjoy the limelight of Los Angeles. His kumbayah approach might be just what the Clippers need.

10. Scott Skiles

Or maybe they need a taskmaster like Skiles, who is rumored to be at the forefront of the Nets' coaching search. Skiles has a proven placebo effect on team defense when he takes a job, and it takes two or three years to wear off. The Clippers will take that.

11. Quin Snyder

The former Mizzou coach gets more and more buzz regarding open jobs, though his old Duke teammate Danny Ferry may snatch him up for the Hawks. Way back in his Tiger days, Snyder coached an inverted offense. Not inside outside, but inverted -- Mizzou regularly posted more turnovers than assists during his tenure. After that job ended somewhat unceremoniously, Snyder paid his dues, learning the pro game as a D-League coach, an NBA assistant and even coached a year in Russia. It would be interesting see what the former boy wonder has learned all these years later.

12. Nate McMillan

McMillan merits mention because his name has clout in coaching circles, but he's the wrong guy for the Clippers' gig. He's always been more of an offensive coach than a defensive one, despite his reputation. He's just led teams that played at a snail's pace. McMillan is too risk averse for this group.

13. Jeff Van Gundy

The other Van Gundy is a proven defensive coach and a brand name who engenders a lot of respect around the league, but it's been a while since he's graced the sidelines. He did tell USA Today back in January that he might start listening to offers this summer. He's a heck of an announcer, though.

14. Phil Jackson

Unless Jackson is a pathological liar, he's not going to coach the Clippers. And as with Shaw, Jackson's system might not be the best fit for the Clippers' personnel anyway. Jackson has a knack for only taking jobs at which he can succeed. It's a great skill to have.
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