Granted, Dunleavy wasn't fired...he resigned. But to all those who emphatically wants a coaching change, those who continue to appear in home games yelling "Fire Dunleavy", those who wants to have a change, well now you've got it and you've just seen a preview with the Spurs. Okay, sure, the Spurs have our number, but the Clips played the same energy (or lack thereof) and same pride (or lack thereof) as if Dunleavy was still coaching the team. And now with a new coach, a new voice, it doesn't necessarily mean a new brand of energy or style. This team will need to adjust, and you saw how its played today...looking all confused, and down by 20 before the 2nd quarter even starts. I think the Clips could've played a lot better than the old and sagging Spurs, but clearly this is the same ole Clips and perhaps we might see even similar games likes these in the next 5 or 10 games as the players learn to adjust with the new coach, learn a new system, etc. Maybe Dunleavy realized this is a lost season already and might as well step aside and have someone take over and put some sense into these players.
Well, what's done is done. I hope Kim Hughes can at least motivate the team to play better, to play with pride and hopefully equal the same success as Larry Brown did when he coached the Clips the first time joining them midseason, and not turn into a Jim Todd who took over Alvin Gentry and pretty much lost almost all the games he coached.
Oh, and I've lifted my boycott because I knew that this season is pretty much lost and they'll never get over .500 now. I might as well watch and see if I find any sense of improvements from this team. Hard being a Clipper fan, haha!