Posted by: Henri on May 3rd, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
When you are hired for a job it is because someone has recognised that you already have the sufficient knowledge to fulfilled your missions effectively. That’s how it happens in the real life: if you can’t do it, not being prepared enough or being able to do it in an hypothetic future cannot be accepted as excuses.
There is no excuse at being a “rookie coach”, or being in learning mode. It’s not an ”on-the-job-learning” business. Ty Corbin is not here to learn. Ty Corbin is supposed to know. Ty Corbin is supposed to be a professional. Ty Corbin is here to head-coach an NBA team of playoff level, bottom line. If he’s not yet at this level … or if he just can’t, he must be replaced by a professional.
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