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The Roker rumors

Unread postby jb » Tue May 11, 2010 8:38 am

Keep hearing varies and sundry rumors that Roker is gonzo with a loss in this series.

Anyone else? Didn't say I heard anything credible, just noises, but wondered if we could compare notes.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby Cease » Tue May 11, 2010 8:55 am

Someone just posted it on TCF. Oh, wait, that was you.

But seriously, it's a thought we're all having and that's credible enough. If he wins the ring, he'll be back next year.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby peeker643 » Tue May 11, 2010 9:08 am

Rumors or not, he should be gone if he doesn't at least reach the Finals. Maybe if he doesn't win it all.

Right or wrong, and I ain't saying the Cavs lack of heart/balls/guile/whatever is in any way his fault, he as to go if they don't move forward.

His voice ain't ringing in their ears any more. Ain't no way he ain't yelling, begging and cajoling for the effort he wants to see.

But they ain't listening any more.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby DarNoor » Tue May 11, 2010 9:15 am

There were rumors after last season that he would be fired. So, if they lose this series, it wouldn't surprise me. In fact, i would expect it.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby fundamentals » Tue May 11, 2010 9:16 am

Should they not win it, he gone.

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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby jb » Tue May 11, 2010 9:23 am

Cease wrote:Someone just posted it on TCF. Oh, wait, that was you.



One public rumor was Drennan about Calipari BTW.



Cease wrote:If he wins the ring, he'll be back next year.



Gosh, yah think?
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby jb » Tue May 11, 2010 9:28 am

peeker643 wrote:Rumors or not, he should be gone if he doesn't at least reach the Finals. Maybe if he doesn't win it all.

Right or wrong, and I ain't saying the Cavs lack of heart/balls/guile/whatever is in any way his fault, he as to go if they don't move forward.

His voice ain't ringing in their ears any more. Ain't no way he ain't yelling, begging and cajoling for the effort he wants to see.

But they ain't listening any more.



Again, I keep going back to Bron's developmental experiences as this is Bron's team.

This was a guy whose HS team would dust mater Dei and Oak Hill in the RS by double digits, and struggled mightily, underachieving collectively, against some meathodcal white kids from medium sized Catholic schools when the marbles were on the line, losing once and barely winning the second time.

Common themes - over deferring in the big one by Bron and a supporting cast that couldn't step up enough.

And I also get the feeling Bron likes avuncular advisors rather than in your face coaches who make a team better.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby Cease » Tue May 11, 2010 9:37 am

jb wrote:
Cease wrote:Someone just posted it on TCF. Oh, wait, that was you.


One public rumor was Drennan about Calipari BTW.


Wow. This move might make for a trump-card play against an LBJ/Phil Jackson combo in (insert city here / Chicago).

On Cal...

PRO- it's a great way to keep LBJ in town and happy if it's Ferry/Gilbert who pull the strings.
CON- Calipari is a scumbag.
PRO- This gets Calipari out of college basketball
CON- Calipari went 72-112 w/ NJ Nets '96-'99

Might have to look up "necessary evil" in the Wiktionary.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby fundamentals » Tue May 11, 2010 9:40 am

jb wrote:

Again, I keep going back to Bron's developmental experiences as this is Bron's team.

This was a guy whose HS team would dust mater Dei and Oak Hill in the RS by double digits, and struggled mightily, underachieving collectively, against some meathodcal white kids from medium sized Catholic schools when the marbles were on the line, losing once and barely winning the second time.

Common themes - over deferring in the big one by Bron and a supporting cast that couldn't step up enough.

And I also get the feeling Bron likes avuncular advisors rather than in your face coaches who make a team better.


JB, the Roger Bacon team that beat SVSM had three guys who went on to play D1 in college with another attending Findlay. That team gave SVSM a good game back in December at a tournament at Kent St with one guy not playing in that contest. Kettering Alter game was pass, pass, pass, pass, pass, pass, and SVSM was willing to play that way, as you mentioned about being passive and just getting by.


IF LBJ wants Brown gone, even if they win a title, he gone too.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby jb » Tue May 11, 2010 9:50 am

fundamentals wrote:
jb wrote:

Again, I keep going back to Bron's developmental experiences as this is Bron's team.

This was a guy whose HS team would dust mater Dei and Oak Hill in the RS by double digits, and struggled mightily, underachieving collectively, against some meathodcal white kids from medium sized Catholic schools when the marbles were on the line, losing once and barely winning the second time.

Common themes - over deferring in the big one by Bron and a supporting cast that couldn't step up enough.

And I also get the feeling Bron likes avuncular advisors rather than in your face coaches who make a team better.


JB, the Roger Bacon team that beat SVSM had three guys who went on to play D1 in college with another attending Findlay. That team gave SVSM a good game back in December at a tournament at Kent St with one guy not playing in that contest. Kettering Alter game was pass, pass, pass, pass, pass, pass, and SVSM was willing to play that way, as you mentioned about being passive and just getting by.


IF LBJ wants Brown gone, even if they win a title, he gone too.


Bacon was an Ohio D 2 state champion. So I know they weren't say, Triway. Nothing for a normal team to sneeze at whatsoever.

But this was a team that was 37 - 0 and had essentially played a national schedule and at the top of the USA Today top 25. Night and day. Blowing away national powers where all 15 kids who dressed went D 1 is just not losing to Bacon.

Alter was winning at half IIRC, BTW. The margin of victory was pretty slim IIRC, too. And I saw enough stall games growing up watching CK at Joes to know that even with a stall, a focussed team with a superstar eventually turns it into a comfortable margin.

And yet there is nothing incorrect in what I wrote that you highlited and the essence remains that Bron's teams have a history of gaudy RS's and not playing at their best in the big one. Seems the same here. It maybe just dump luck similarity and mean nothing, but it is interesting to me nevertheless. To most it may jsut be the ramblimngs of a retard.

But here is my point.

Read Peeker's post after Friday about how that game might have been the seminal moment Bron embraces his inner MJ. Then on Sunday, he's dedeferring like he did vs bacon in HS. We need to see him just grab games, series, championship playoff runs by the scroat like we did Friday; every whistle blow; everyt posession; every gaame.

If he couldn't do it, it wouldn't be exasperating and frustrating.

But clearly, we know he can and is not the problem. The only problem is his mean streak to do it every night the same way, like MJ.

And he has to, becasue sadly, Mo isn't even JohnPax (speaking of Aletr HS ) .
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby fundamentals » Tue May 11, 2010 10:05 am

JB, I don't disagree with you as I think LBJ has to have that moment which you make mention of. Just trying to point out, Bacon was good, real good and not the pork product. SVSM was not undefeated in either year I am sure you were at that game but here are the stats for 2002: http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/bk/boys/200 ... ults02.htm

the Alter game was mind boggling as Doug Penno was arguably the only guys Alter had who could do much and they were up five at the half.

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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby jb » Tue May 11, 2010 10:10 am

fundamentals wrote:JB, I don't disagree with you as I think LBJ has to have that moment which you make mention of. Just trying to point out, Bacon was good, real good and not the pork product. SVSM was not undefeated in either year I am sure you were at that game but here are the stats for 2002: http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/bk/boys/200 ... ults02.htm

the Alter game was mind boggling as Doug Penno was arguably the only guys Alter had who could do much and they were up five at the half.

Can we get Joe Johnson for the remainder of the playoffs?



Good call on me confusing the years. I saw the Geroge Jr game in PA.

Our lack of a talented guard is really hampering us, but at what point do we try to get inside of Bron's head on this thing? There is a HUGE dif between that being misconstrued as criticism. Bron carries this team. I just don't quite understand why he seems so mercurial about his projected comfort level in doing so as he did on Friday. Not so much the production or being hot. Just his penchant for sometimes defreeing and others grabbing control.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby fundamentals » Tue May 11, 2010 10:15 am

This may be way off but his future is at stake here. Does he lay claim to this city forever by bringing a title to it? Does he really want that? Seems to me, that if they lose, he can say, hey my supporting cast was good but not good enough, and I am outta here. Might be a real reach in saying that but has to have crossed many minds. If they win a title, he HAS to stay here. I don't care what people say about what they think he's going to do and what he has alluded to, seems as if he wants to be able to play both sides of the fence and that's not what we as fans want him to do. I don't want to hear about his elbow, his MRI, want to see the dominating effort from game 3 all the time.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby FUDU » Tue May 11, 2010 10:19 am

IMO LeBron likes Roker publicly to keep it all good, and b/c Roker is not a Larry Brown type and a coach who will get in his ass, on or off camera. The difference between a MB and an LB is MB is afraid to make waves in fear of scaring off LeBron and taking heat for it....IMO Larry Brown wouldn'l give a shit about a player stayin or goin. Some of LBJ's post conference comments the other night could be telling. A few things he said are the type of things that you should say off camera about the coach or game strategy, not on camera in front of the entire media.

Despite all that I think LeBron would be and advocate of MB leaving if we did not win it all this season.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby Orenthal » Tue May 11, 2010 11:22 am

I think Donny hits the nail. It is a battle between the avuncular coach that gives you freedom and a sense of your accomplishment, and the coach who is the leader when push comes to shove, whose x's and o's are shaped by but not dictated by your star players talent.

It is a hard call either way. Like Bron's Friday MJ and Sunday 'Nique (is that fair?). One day he may see the greater good, the next he can overcome all...
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby Ziner » Tue May 11, 2010 11:24 am

Maybe Roker is Doug Collins.
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Unread postby scott » Tue May 11, 2010 11:24 am

jb wrote:Keep hearing varies and sundry rumors that Roker is gonzo with a loss in this series.

Anyone else? Didn't say I heard anything credible, just noises, but wondered if we could compare notes.


The comments I've seen are from national writers and I get the feeling it isn't insider info, just the facts on the wall. Best regular season record 2 years running and if you can't get to the finals you've failed.

At this point I don't feel too strongly about MB staying or going. It comes down to who replaces him. If Calipari is the best option they should just keep Roker.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby Orenthal » Tue May 11, 2010 11:41 am

How about Hubie Brown... ;-) ;) :wink:
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby waborat » Tue May 11, 2010 11:57 am

Ziner wrote:Maybe Roker is Doug Collins.


Maybe LBJ is Patrick Ewing, Charles Barkley, Dominique Wilkins, Elgin Baylor, Reggie Miller, Pete Maravich, Karl Malone & John Stockton? :bag:
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby e0y2e3 » Tue May 11, 2010 11:58 am

DarNoor wrote:There were rumors after last season that he would be fired. So, if they lose this series, it wouldn't surprise me. In fact, i would expect it.


You mean the inaccurate rumor that Amico floated trying to legitimize himself?

Yeah, that was cute.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby Ziner » Tue May 11, 2010 11:59 am

waborat wrote:
Ziner wrote:Maybe Roker is Doug Collins.


Maybe LBJ is Patrick Ewing, Charles Barkley, Dominique Wilkins, Elgin Baylor, Reggie Miller, Pete Maravich, Karl Malone & John Stockton? :bag:


I prefer my situation ;-) ;) :wink:
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Unread postby FUDU » Tue May 11, 2010 11:59 am

waborat wrote:
Ziner wrote:Maybe Roker is Doug Collins.


Maybe LBJ is Patrick Ewing, Charles Barkley, Dominique Wilkins, Elgin Baylor, Reggie Miller, Pete Maravich, Karl Malone & John Stockton? :bag:

Naw, going by LeBron's older than all those guys.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby fundamentals » Tue May 11, 2010 12:25 pm

Gilbert's unending stack of $$$$$ will bring in a big name should they falter this year.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby waborat » Tue May 11, 2010 12:40 pm

fundamentals wrote:Gilbert's unending stack of $$$$$ will bring in a big name should they falter this year.


Red Auerbach would be nice
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby jb » Tue May 11, 2010 12:44 pm

Orenthal wrote:I think Donny hits the nail. It is a battle between the avuncular coach that gives you freedom and a sense of your accomplishment, and the coach who is the leader when push comes to shove, whose x's and o's are shaped by but not dictated by your star players talent.

It is a hard call either way. Like Bron's Friday MJ and Sunday 'Nique (is that fair?). One day he may see the greater good, the next he can overcome all...



No. Nique is a HOFer and an all time great. He undisputedly took control of his team (when Theus would pass. lol. )

Bron Sunday wasn't even that really. He was a good, solid, 20 PPG player.

Unfortunately, we need MJ meets Magic.

Maybe it is neither Bron nor Brown.

Maybe the back court is just a bunh a awe ite role players and in playoff ball you need more than that. Shoot, I'd settle for Mo being Steve kerr and being more consistent from the arc and not thinking he needs to create.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby Gradysmanldy » Tue May 11, 2010 12:44 pm

Tends to be a defense mechanism, we'd rather believe that it's Rokers fault than LBJ's, and assume fixing the coach situation will keep our team intact.
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Unread postby Tree » Tue May 11, 2010 1:01 pm

jb wrote:Keep hearing varies and sundry rumors that Roker is gonzo with a loss in this series.

Anyone else? Didn't say I heard anything credible, just noises, but wondered if we could compare notes.


Don't talk about Mike Brown like that....why its...its....its blasphemy.

Is Avery Johnson worth looking at?
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby Orenthal » Tue May 11, 2010 1:02 pm

Tree wrote:
jb wrote:Keep hearing varies and sundry rumors that Roker is gonzo with a loss in this series.

Anyone else? Didn't say I heard anything credible, just noises, but wondered if we could compare notes.


Don't talk about Mike Brown like that....why its...its....its blasphemy.

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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby Cerebral_DownTime » Tue May 11, 2010 2:14 pm

e0y2e3 wrote:
DarNoor wrote:There were rumors after last season that he would be fired. So, if they lose this series, it wouldn't surprise me. In fact, i would expect it.


You mean the inaccurate rumor that Amico floated trying to legitimize himself?

Yeah, that was cute.


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Unread postby TouchEmAllTime » Tue May 11, 2010 4:37 pm

Roker is like the Doug Collins Bulls era.
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Re: The Roker rumors

Unread postby davemanddd » Tue May 11, 2010 8:13 pm

peeker643 wrote:Rumors or not, he should be gone if he doesn't at least reach the Finals. Maybe if he doesn't win it all.

Right or wrong, and I ain't saying the Cavs lack of heart/balls/guile/whatever is in any way his fault, he has to go if they don't move forward.

His voice ain't ringing in their ears any more. Ain't no way he ain't yelling, begging and cajoling for the effort he wants to see.

But they ain't listening any more.


yes but what is his fault is his shortening of the cavs rotation and taking away two of their greatest competitive advantages - their depth and their athleticism.

roker has been way too inflexible in making the appropriate in-game adjustments that create match-up problems for the opposition. instead, it's been the celtics (except in the 2nd half of game 1 and pretty much the whole of game 3) who have dictated the tempo throughout this series and have created the most matchup problems and roker seems powerless and even worse, unwilling to countermand them.

now is not the time for a coach to be stubborn and if he insists on continuing the status quo because he's the coach and the buck stops with him, well then the cavs will almost certainly lose this series and roker wil almost certainly lose his job then. hopefully mr. potatohead gets the knack though and is able to right the ship to win the series.

meanwhile, there is talk that lebron is going to guard rajon rondo tonite, which is all well and good, but if that means anthony parker will be guarding paula pierce and it allows pierce to get off the schneid though, well then i don't think that's such a good idea. however, if that means parker will have some of his minutes cut and in turn jamario moon gets more run against pierce and ray allen, well then i'm all for that.

the big question now is, can the cavs take command of the series and win game 5 tonite??? we can only hope. go cavs!!!

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