Hoiberg at the top of Golden State's coaching wish list

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  1. skelly

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  3. Cyclonesince78

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    How does a sports reporter's opinion have anything to do with Golden State's wish list?
     
  4. TranCytive

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    LOL Fred isn't leaving this season.
     
  5. demoncore1031

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    How do you know? I doubt that he will, but do we really know what Fred is thinking?
     
  6. chuckd4735

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    Those closest to Fred seem to think he is not going anywhere anytime soon. Ill take what they say.
     
  7. TranCytive

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    I could say sources, but no one would believe me.
     
  8. jcisuclones

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    Never heard of that website, therefore I do not trust it.
     
  9. MJ271

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    Flip Saunders said that he wouldn't coach for the Tmberwolves, so I doubt he would go to a place where he has no connections.
     
  10. chuckd4735

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    Thats because 99 times out of 100, when a random poster claims he has sources, he really has no connection what so ever.
     
  11. TranCytive

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    Yeah that's why I prefer to just laugh at all this speculation.
     
  12. Cyclonesince78

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    You guys are just repeating the same stuff over and over in every thread like this that comes up. Pretty comical.
     
  13. CyArob

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    My sources tell me this stat is made up.
     
  14. CloneinWDSM

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    Not happening, but Fred coaching HB, Steph, and Klay Thompson would be awesome to see
     
  15. Wesley

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    Bill Self to the Warriors. Recommended by twocoach.
     
  16. TranCytive

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    Not as awesome as what we are going to see from him here.
     
  17. chuckd4735

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    My source could beat up your source.
     
  18. Cyclonin

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    He ain't leaving... but GS would be an awesome situation to inherit. Lot of fun could be had with Curry, Klay, Barnes, Iggy, Lee, Bogut, etc
     
  19. WastedTalent

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    #19 WastedTalent, Apr 30, 2014
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    This post/thread title has so much fail in it, I couldn't resist taking time out of my boring night to call it out.

    1. The Warriors are still in the playoffs, so they still have a coach.
    2. Even if they had fired their coach, they would not announce a "wish list."
    3. This is some random dude writing about random ****. Has nothing to do with Golden St.
    4. Any link that starts with http://blogs..... should never be used as any sort of source.

    If you must make a new thread, then this is how it should of looked:
    Title: Some random blogger thinks Fred should be the leading candidate to replace Jackson, if he gets fired after the playoffs.

    Edit: If you click on the link in my post, it's equally informative as the one posted in the original post.
     
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