Seriously, it's great that he's been to the finals twice, and had some success with Chris Paul previously, but he's hardly shown that he can consistently get it done as a head coach. He's lost a LOT of games and been fired multiple times following lackluster results. Is he really someone that can compete when it comes to the chess match of maximizing matchups and getting a team to buy into and implement winning strategies for 48 minutes a game, for 82 games and into the playoffs? We don't need another Del Negro. The whole idea of this coaching change is to take a bold step forward and chose someone (with more savy than Del Negro) who can take this team to the next level. I'm sorry, but there are much better candidates on the table who'd like to coach this team, and I sincerely hope the Clippers go with one of them and PASS on Byron Scott.