Youth brings no experience. With a team of championship (well some) level talent, they need a coach that carries some provenance in with him, someone they will listen to out of respect. Bringing in some young coach wouldn't help. The youngest coach they'd need is Brian Shaw, but some no name young guy, no way, no how would it help.
Scott or Rambo shoulda been the coach from the second of PJ's retirement.
And as far as young coaches not succeeding, please explain Del Negro, Brooks, Thibedeau, Spoelstra and a few others.
Turn over is part of the game. Last I checked, we just tried the 2 old has-bens (Brown + MDT) that have coached for 18 combined years and never won a chip. And now people keep saying Sloan...lol.
We need a younger coach who can relate to these players and drive work ethic and commitment. Scott = this