It's imperative the Lakers fire him. I've long said roster was a little more important to change up than firing him, but I'm starting to change my mind.
This team isn't going anywhere with him. It's not the Lakers' health either.
D'Antoni is getting coached circles around in this series. He doesn't coach defense, and he's not even really a great offensive coach either. I know the Spurs have more talent on the court right now, but they get easy baskets just about every possession. Popovich has better offensive system in place.
That's not to say the roster doesn't need heavy changes, but the D'Antoni factor is even worse than I thought. And, I already thought it was really bad.
Edited by Japago, April 26, 2013 - 07:43 PM.