Originally Posted by MichaelWi101
Don't think there's a coach in the world who doesn't believe they can make a difference and can do better than the pessimists think they can.
The only thing that could stop him from taking this job would be if they try to do it on the cheap and sign him for less than market value.
I think they need to offer a long term contract. Make sure that he gets paid, regardless of front office tangents.
BOS did it with their new coach. Gave him 6 years(?), if memory serves.
If you're going to commit to a rebuilding project, you need to commit to the coach to survive the lean years.