Discussion in 'Colorado Basketball Message Board' started by Buffnik, Apr 12, 2010.
Here's the link to the audio: http://www.1043thefan.com/channels/audioOnDemand/Story.aspx?ID=1217649
Bohn comes off pretty classy in that interview. I know I am not that nice when I've been dumped :lol:
Also, I like how he talked about having done some preliminary work and having a "plan" for this.
Bohn got screwed by Jeff but, I hope the next Mens BB coach actually requires a SEARCH and it doesn't have to be a former player...
So Chauncey will probably be retired in the next few years... I would take it!
Sadly, I am not sure if you are joking or not.
It was kind of a joke, but seriously, in 4-5 years if we are looking for another coach, can he be any worse than what we have seen since he was playing? You know he would bring some heart to that team and most likely be able to recruit at least as good as what we have had.
Did he go back and get his degree? Otherwise, I don't think that CU could hire him.
how did Clyde Drexler work out at Houston? Sidney Lowe is making them miss Herb Sendek at NCSU.
Yeah you can't bring in Billups as a coach.
WE shall see how Bohn handles the coaching search.
I think Bennett from St. Mary's is by far the best candidate.
Why is it that the transition from NBA player to NBA coach seems to be a more manageable transition than NBA player to college coach?
Because being an NBA coach is mostly about managing the egos. You hire Xs and Os guys for your staff to run your offense and your defense, and you have a GM who picks the players. In college, it's about establishing a culture and a system. So you have to have an offensive and defensive system, and you have to be an eager recruiter who can evaluate talent and find the guys that fit your system. Totally different jobs.
I will say this about Chauncey, when you look at the attributes of players who have made the transition to coach, at least in the NBA, Chauncey seems to have all of them.
I completely agree. I've thought for the past 7 or 8 years that Chauncey would be a great coach. Heck, I thought he should have been elevated to Player-Coach in Karl's absence this year.
How about Dave Logan?
I just threw up in my mouth a little
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I bring you Nolan Richardson. He's tan, rested and ready. Really, what could go wrong?:lol:
I don't know... it might be hard prying ol' Nolan from the prime HC gig with the Tulsa Shock. lol
Really? I thought he was still unemployed....
I liked Nolan at Arky, his teams were fun to watch.
Holy crap. I just went to the Shock's website, Nolan looks like father time...
he looks drunk. I get the china eyes when I drink too.
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