Memphis still part of the still racist south. You would think the leaders in Memphis would be smart enough, to not anyone block off a public street and not allow black people access to the public street. Things haven't changed much since 1968 in Memphis, only difference blacks are the majority, but powerful white men still make the rules.
No one has to say Josh can't develope players, the proof is in the pudding.
Nice win anothe ugly game.
NBA sucks, not even a real sport, MLB and NFL are real sports. NBA is more inline with pro wrestling, not as fake but not a 100% true sport anymore... Would not spend a dime on the so called game.....
John Thompson was right, also what was even dumber, after a time out with about 30 seconds left in the game, Josh sits up a play where Jackson penetrates dishes the ball to Crawford for a three point shot. This was dumb, Jackson should have tried to score or get fouled by taking the ball to the glass. It's dumb plays like John Thompson talked about and this three taken by Crawford, that will get you beat in a tournament like the NCAA..
This tiger team has problems on both ends of the court, they have had the same problems all year. An average coach would have corrected some of these problems by now and at this late date the problems still exist. The First five years When Cal was the coach, Conference USA had some real good teams, the four years Josh was the coach in Conference USA, there were no good teams. Josh hasn't proven to even be an average floor coach. Don't compare Josh's four years in USA and say he won more games than Cal did, because you need to compare apples to apples, USA Cal's first five years was a lot tougher league, than the four years Josh coach in the league. This Tiger team is fragile for some reason and if things go wrong in the first half, this Tiger team could easily fold. I think it's time for the AD to get Josh some help with X's and O's in practice and during the game and if not just go ahead and make a coaching change before program is in the gutter again...
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