I can tell we are all worn down by the incessent losing from a team that should by all indications be winning impressively. We need a change and I have a solution.
Quite simply, I suggest that Dunleavy continue coaching the team for the first half of games and then appoint John Lucas to take the reins for the second half of the game. This arrangement would allow Dunleavy to keep his job in addition to keeping the salaries fixed at their present level to appease Stirling.
From what I can tell, the Clippers seem to start games strong and then fade into insignificance during the second half. I think that by changing coaches midway through the game our players will regain their missing focus and intensity. No longer would they be so predictable at the closing moments of games. We address our focus problems late in games and throw a curveball to the opposition to keep them guessing. Seems like a winning formula to me.
The time has come for a change. As a fan, I could really get behind a dual coach system. It would be exciting and dynamic plus it would give Dunleavy a chance to prove to us that he is doing everything in his power to get us wins - even if that means giving some control of the team to another coach. This is a way for Dunleavy to prove that the team comes before his ego. If we keep losing, we can start to put the blame on the players instead of always making Dunleavy a scapegoat for our losing ways.
We have the advantage of having two head coaches currently on our staff - now is the time to make the most of this advantage.
What do you guys think?