JeffB
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https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1301515827783573504?s=19
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elT
https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1301515827783573504

https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1301516023976398848

https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1301516279174647809

https://twitter.com/ChrisBHaynes/status/1301516635099017217
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Raptorman
nash.jpg You guys are fast!
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elT
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JeffB
Raptorman wrote:
nash.jpg You guys are fast!


Clearly I was first. 😅🤣🤣

Anyway, I don't know what to think about this. Although, there is a KD/Nash connection from GS.
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JeffB
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Mo_fusion
What was Nash doing in GS exactly?

Super duper conflicted now. I wanted nothing more than to see BKL crash and burn with their 'star studded elite line-up' but they go an hire Kid Canada :/ I want him as an individual to be successful lol
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JeffB
Mo_fusion wrote:
What was Nash doing in GS exactly?

Super duper conflicted now. I wanted nothing more than to see BKL crash and burn with their 'star studded elite line-up' but they go an hire Kid Canada :/ I want him as an individual to be successful lol


He was a consultant in GS. And I still want Brooklyn to fail miserably 
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Northern Neighbour
I never really envisioned Nash as a head coach-type. He's obviously intelligent and knows the game, but I wonder if he has the demeanor to manage multi-million dollar egos. He's also not exactly known as an Xs and Os guy, but more of an improviser. Then again, maybe that is what NJ wants - a coach who will allow their best players to go out and play. To be honest, I always thought Nash would be a GM one day.

Anyway, here's hoping Brooklyn continues to suck. 
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moremilk
if it doesn't work out, he can always recruit KD to come over here - he owes us that much after dissing us for the lakers. Even though it worked out peachy for us, as we got lowry instead.
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DocHolliday
Wow, that was a surprise. I have a certain sense of pride that Nash is the HC of the Nets.  From a basketball standpoint, KD and Irving are going to do what they want on the offensive end imo and on the other end, Nash certainly isn't going to teach them defense ÃƒÂ°Ã…¸Ëœâ€ ÃƒÂ°Ã…¸Ëœâ€¦  A no muss, no fuss, non intrusive head coach.
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DocHolliday
"Ladies & Gentlemen, there's no way around this. It's white privilege. This doesn't happen for a black man. No experience on any level whatsoever as a coach and you get the Brooklyn Nets job?" @1:56 mark

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LX
DocHolliday wrote:
"Ladies & Gentlemen, there's no way around this. It's white privilege. This doesn't happen for a black man. No experience on any level whatsoever as a coach and you get the Brooklyn Nets job?" @1:56 mark


i saw this live and Isiah Thomas immediately came to mind, though that goes back a bit. I get the point if you want to direct attention to all the black assistants that wait and wait and then this happens. But black players aren’t getting held back. And the fact that it is star players demanding a Nash makes the argument nonsensical. He as much admits it himself. He should have just lobbied for all the qualified black assistants and left it at that. 
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JeffB
DocHolliday wrote:
"Ladies & Gentlemen, there's no way around this. It's white privilege. This doesn't happen for a black man. No experience on any level whatsoever as a coach and you get the Brooklyn Nets job?" @1:56 mark



Charles Barkley called bullshit. Names Derek Fisher, Jason Kidd, Isiah Tomas as black players that got head coaching jobs without experience. And wasn't Magic a head coach for a brief time?
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Acie
JeffB wrote:


Charles Barkley called bullshit. Names Derek Fisher, Jason Kidd, Isiah Tomas as black players that got head coaching jobs without experience. And wasn't Magic a head coach for a brief time?


Mark Jackson as well.
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