Lakers Hire a New Coach; Coming Games Will Tell If Team Made the Right Pick Green Bean Buddy Comments

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The Los Angeles Lakers replaced Mike Brown with Mike D'Antoni as their head coach. But whether or not they made the right pick, the upcoming games will tell them, entertainment and sports news website Green Bean Buddy commented.

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...whether they made the right change or not remains unseen. It said that will be determined by the teams future games.

The Los Angeles Lakers had their worst season start stat since 1993. And because of the disappointment that brought in, the team decided to get a new coach as reported by sportingnews.com. But as Green Bean Buddy commented, only the coming games will say whether they made the right pick or not.

According to the report, the Lakers got a bad 1-4 record to start the 2012-2013 season. That's despite the addition of Dwight Howard and Steve Nassh to the franchise. And so hoping to improve the team's number of winning, its coach for 11 months Mike Brown was dismissed last Friday. Replacing him was the former Suns and Knick coach Mike D'Antoni.

Most of the fans and players of Los Angeles Lakers were rooting for Phil Jackson to make his return to the team. However, that did not happen. Related the report, it was because of the expensive demands of the 11-time NBA champion coach.

D'Antoni, as reported, signed on to three-year coaching job with the Lakers for $ 12 million.

Here's a part of the post Lakers Pass Up Phil Jackson by Green Bean Buddy.

“After acquiring Steve Nash and Dwight Howard, so high was the expectation that Los Angeles Lakers will do well this season. However, with a starting record of 1-4, disappointment sank in and a big change was soon immediately made to the team. And basically, that was at the expense of the head coach of the franchise.

Eager to get some wins, the team fired Mike Brown as head coach last November 9. However, the replacement was not the former team coach Phil Jackson, who most Lakers fans and players, including Kobe Bryant, were hoping for. Instead, the franchise hired Mike D'Antoni, an ex Suns and Knicks coach.”

As stated by entertainment and sports news website GreenBeanBuddy.com, the Los Angeles Lakers truly needed the change given their early-season record. However, it stated that whether they made the right change or not remains unseen. It said that will be determined by the teams future games.

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