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    The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    I read an article on Bleacher Report today about the next wave of great head coaches in the NBA. The author put both Hornacek and Hoiberg on his list.

    The author had some high praise for Hoiberg's coaching ability.

    And instead of looking at this as a negative because it's talking about his NBA potential, let's just look at all the positives and just be thankful that he is coaching for us.

    Here's the link: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2...a-head-coaches



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Ya we get it. We've already seen it 100 times. Stop posting these. Unless it's about our team I don't care.



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Quote Originally Posted by Guetterdone1 View Post
    Ya we get it. We've already seen it 100 times. Stop posting these. Unless it's about our team I don't care.
    Jesus, insecure much? Calm down. An article about Fred seems post worthy, even if you don't like the message.



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Sounds like someone at Bleacher Report is a big fan of Hoiball.

    Money quote:
    How Hoiberg's system translates to the NBA is of little concern. It's Association-ready, ages and ages ahead of anything anyone else is running at the collegiate level.



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Quote Originally Posted by Clone1138 View Post
    Sounds like someone at Bleacher Report is a big fan of Hoiball.

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    How Hoiberg's system translates to the NBA is of little concern. It's Association-ready, ages and ages ahead of anything anyone else is running at the collegiate level.



    Could I get a towel or a dirty sock over here please.



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Quote Originally Posted by acgclone View Post
    Jesus, insecure much? Calm down. An article about Fred seems post worthy, even if you don't like the message.
    There's a whole page about Jeff Hornecek as well, it's 20% about talking how former ISU players are coaching geniuses.



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    I'd be more p^ssed if he didn't think Hoiberg was good enough to be on that list.



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Quote Originally Posted by Guetterdone1 View Post
    Ya we get it. We've already seen it 100 times. Stop posting these. Unless it's about our team I don't care.
    why you mad?



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Here's another "Fred's the one" article. (once you get past the "We'd pick Mike K. but . .)

    http://www.cbssports.com/collegebask...ll-with-lebron



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Quote Originally Posted by whatparking View Post
    Here's another "Fred's the one" article. (once you get past the "We'd pick Mike K. but . .)

    http://www.cbssports.com/collegebask...ll-with-lebron

    Hey....guetter doesn't want to see any more of these. C'mon, man...




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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    ....guetter's drinking sour grape koolaid. That said, given the tone of the article, do you think Fred might be asked to coach the 2016 Olympic team????? Especially if we have a great run this next year?



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Quote Originally Posted by whatparking View Post
    ....guetter's drinking sour grape koolaid. That said, given the tone of the article, do you think Fred might be asked to coach the 2016 Olympic team????? Especially if we have a great run this next year?
    International Dreaminess? Can the world handle it? :-)

    I'm ok with the buzz about him. He's legit, JP went all in and it's working. Enjoy the ride!



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Quote Originally Posted by Clone1138 View Post
    Sounds like someone at Bleacher Report is a big fan of Hoiball.

    Money quote:
    How Hoiberg's system translates to the NBA is of little concern. It's Association-ready, ages and ages ahead of anything anyone else is running at the collegiate level.
    If you dont like Hoiball you are either stupid or a Hok.



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Quote Originally Posted by CoKane View Post
    If you dont like Hoiball you are either stupid or a Hok.
    I don't know, most hoks I talk to like Hoiberg.



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    Re: The Next Wave of NBA coaches

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUCY23 View Post
    I don't know, most hoks I talk to like Hoiberg.
    True, but they sure didn't in the early '90s.


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