Its not the roster, its the system being implemented. The players fit but there's no direction.Spoelstra.....it's not hard winning over 50 games with Lebron and Wade on your roster...Carlisle - yeah good coach, Larry Brown came here and failed, Scott Skiles is a ****ing racist - no black music in the locker room, no headbands, Riley didn't get us a championship either and Phil Jackson is retired.
You guys are missing the bigger picture, it's easy to blame the coach, but ask yourself for a second where the logic is in:
Hiring a run and gun SSOL coach only to acquire half court - slow pace players like Anthony and Chandler.
Signing a superstar PF who relies on the pick and roll about 80-90% and then trading away the only half decent point guard we've had since the early days of Marbury.
This roster is terribly assembled, one of the worst assembled, if not THE worst assembled roster in the league!
NO chemistry and the different types of players just don't fit together.
Our management thought they were playing fantasy basketball and just throwing 3 big names in the hat will make a championship team - bull****!
I liked the early 10-11 roster much better, yes we were limited talent-wise, but we had chemistry and the players fitted together.
No coach in the world can solve the Amar'e - Melo problem and Chandler is completely wasted alongside them and only eating up cap space.
Amar'e was the first one here and he brought us back to contention, but Melo is younger and some kind of a local hero....tough decision, but one has to go or we'll be stuck around .500 forever......