And these teams were thrown together with no chemistry no sense of camaraderie or team. Any player that was added or signed or put on those teams was on notice the goal was to clear them out for the 2010 offseason. Anyone that played well early was shipped out, and if moving any of them meant clearing cap room, it was getting done. Not an environment where any team can succeed.
I don't agree that he's horrible, but whatever.
I can't argue with you there about a lot of distractions, trades, new additions, etc., but I think we could have won some more games if it wasn't for D'Antoni's poor decisions.