In less than 24 hours after the firing of Mike Brown, the most prized vacated coaching spot in all of sports has opened as the Los Angeles Lakers have leader on the sidelines. This year’s been a very surprising one as the Lakers are off to a 2-4 start after losing four consecutive games which lead to organization moving into a different direction. Some would call Mike Brown the scapegoat of this situation while others would call it a pre-deteremined move to not “waste” time in the organization.
This season, Mike Brown had incorporated the new Princeton offense to the Lakers team which virtually made Steve Nash a non motherfucking factor. Lakers starting PG, Steve Nash had suffered a knee injury which later revealed he had a small fracture as this affected the locker-room with Steve Blake having to fill the Nash void.
Mike Brown would immediately have All Eyez On Him as the Lakers would no longer need his coaching duties wanting to do away with the Princeton offense and go back to traditional “Showtime” basketball. Brown was seen a few hours later at a local Chick-fil-A drowning his sorrows. So, today we put together a top 5 list of the coaches we felt that should be next in line to hope back on the Lakers sideline along with Jack Nicholson.
Check after the jump vote and view our best picks for unemployed NBA coaches currently in line waiting for them Purple-N-Gold honors.
The stare that ended Mike Brown’s tenure in Los Angeles.