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More than 2 million people in Colorado roll out of bed each morning and go to work. Then there's Nuggets coach George Karl, who has the cushiest job in the NBA.

He's a lucky guy.

Karl plops down on the bench shortly before tipoff and watches the game from the best seat in the house, doing so little for two hours he might as well order a pizza.

The Nuggets are a collection of likable, free throw-clanking, ego-bereft guys just sweating and hoping to be the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference. But if they're not, that's OK.

Rather than setting standards, Karl manages expectations. Hey, it's really hard for a pro basketball team to win on the road, you know, even though the San Antonio Spurs recently returned home from their 19-day, 8,000-mile Rodeo Road Trip with a 7-2 record.

What Karl does for his seven-figure income rivals the labor required of a mansion sitter, Bingo announcer or Vanna White.

Beats working.

This is not an angry demand the Nuggets find a better coach than Karl, or at least one who brings more energy than a nightly walk to the locker room and back at halftime.

Instead, the peeps should ask: Where on earth can I get a job like that? Five-star hotels. Charter flights. Summer vacations that begin early, immediately after the first round of the NBA playoffs.

This team is wrapped in powder blue and coddled by team management like spoiled grandchildren.

The Nuggets are not a contender to win the NBA title this year, according to general manager Masai Ujiri. Oh. My. Gosh. Thanks for the breaking news.

In return for his hefty new contract, 25-year-old JaVale McGee is not expected to start or play more than 25 minutes per night, because how much can you really ask from a center making $10 million?

The Nuggets are a young team on the rise, so give them a break. In 2011, they finished as the No. 5 seed in the Western Conference. Last year, they were the No. 6 seed. This season, they are currently the No. 5 seed. At this rate of pro- gress, Denver will be a serious title contender by the time the league puts a franchise in London. Or on Mars.

What this coaching staff does best is develop young talent. That sounds good, unless you place any value in the advanced metrics of hoops number crunchers such as John Hollinger. According to Hollinger's ballyhooed Player Efficiency Rating, the production of point guard Ty Lawson, forward Kenneth Faried and center Kosta Koufas has stayed flat or regressed from a season ago. Worse, by the same PER measurement, veteran Dream Teamer Andre Iguodala is suffering through his worst season since he was 22.

Whenever anything goes wrong in Denver, it's all Carmelo Anthony's fault — even though the half-court offense designed by Karl is not one bucket better since Mr. Ballstopper fled to New York.

Excuses, excuses, ex- cuses.

Fire Karl? No.

Expect better? Yes.

Here are two goals:

The Nuggets must finish with no worse than the No. 4 seed and home-court advantage for the opening round of the playoffs, or this regular season should be considered an epic fail.

And, regardless of its seeding, should Denver get bounced from the postseason in the first round, patience gets thrown out the window for something more valuable, like a shooter who can actually swish a 20-foot jumper.

There is much to like about Karl. He whipped cancer. Twice. He's a fascinating sports philosopher. Way back, almost a generation ago, he was stuck with Joe Barry Caroll and Ralph Sampson in the same Golden State locker room, yet avoided going insane.

Karl has won more than 400 games for the Nuggets.

Props to him.

But know what might be even more amazing?

Karl has won 50 of those games in retirement.

Source: http://www.denverpost.com/kiszla/ci_22684469/mark-kiszla-nuggets-coach-george-karl-has-cushiest

Interesting article on Denver's situation.

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3/31/2013  11:45 AM
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More than 2 million people in Colorado roll out of bed each morning and go to work. Then there's Nuggets coach George Karl, who has the cushiest job in the NBA.

He's a lucky guy.

Karl plops down on the bench shortly before tipoff and watches the game from the best seat in the house, doing so little for two hours he might as well order a pizza.

The Nuggets are a collection of likable, free throw-clanking, ego-bereft guys just sweating and hoping to be the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference. But if they're not, that's OK.

Rather than setting standards, Karl manages expectations. Hey, it's really hard for a pro basketball team to win on the road, you know, even though the San Antonio Spurs recently returned home from their 19-day, 8,000-mile Rodeo Road Trip with a 7-2 record.

What Karl does for his seven-figure income rivals the labor required of a mansion sitter, Bingo announcer or Vanna White.

Beats working.

This is not an angry demand the Nuggets find a better coach than Karl, or at least one who brings more energy than a nightly walk to the locker room and back at halftime.

Instead, the peeps should ask: Where on earth can I get a job like that? Five-star hotels. Charter flights. Summer vacations that begin early, immediately after the first round of the NBA playoffs.

This team is wrapped in powder blue and coddled by team management like spoiled grandchildren.

The Nuggets are not a contender to win the NBA title this year, according to general manager Masai Ujiri. Oh. My. Gosh. Thanks for the breaking news.

In return for his hefty new contract, 25-year-old JaVale McGee is not expected to start or play more than 25 minutes per night, because how much can you really ask from a center making $10 million?

The Nuggets are a young team on the rise, so give them a break. In 2011, they finished as the No. 5 seed in the Western Conference. Last year, they were the No. 6 seed. This season, they are currently the No. 5 seed. At this rate of pro- gress, Denver will be a serious title contender by the time the league puts a franchise in London. Or on Mars.

What this coaching staff does best is develop young talent. That sounds good, unless you place any value in the advanced metrics of hoops number crunchers such as John Hollinger. According to Hollinger's ballyhooed Player Efficiency Rating, the production of point guard Ty Lawson, forward Kenneth Faried and center Kosta Koufas has stayed flat or regressed from a season ago. Worse, by the same PER measurement, veteran Dream Teamer Andre Iguodala is suffering through his worst season since he was 22.

Whenever anything goes wrong in Denver, it's all Carmelo Anthony's fault — even though the half-court offense designed by Karl is not one bucket better since Mr. Ballstopper fled to New York.

Excuses, excuses, ex- cuses.

Fire Karl? No.

Expect better? Yes.

Here are two goals:

The Nuggets must finish with no worse than the No. 4 seed and home-court advantage for the opening round of the playoffs, or this regular season should be considered an epic fail.

And, regardless of its seeding, should Denver get bounced from the postseason in the first round, patience gets thrown out the window for something more valuable, like a shooter who can actually swish a 20-foot jumper.

There is much to like about Karl. He whipped cancer. Twice. He's a fascinating sports philosopher. Way back, almost a generation ago, he was stuck with Joe Barry Caroll and Ralph Sampson in the same Golden State locker room, yet avoided going insane.

Karl has won more than 400 games for the Nuggets.

Props to him.

But know what might be even more amazing?

Karl has won 50 of those games in retirement.

Source: http://www.denverpost.com/kiszla/ci_22684469/mark-kiszla-nuggets-coach-george-karl-has-cushiest

Interesting article on Denver's situation.

What a jealous bastard. Too bad some people make good money in this world--it happens. George Karl should be coach of the year--he should.

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3/31/2013  11:46 AM
That article is pure comedy.
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3/31/2013  11:49 AM
This is like comparing who has the cushier castle between european royal families,

if you're in the nba, whether as a player or coach, you have one of the cushiest jobs in the universe, period,

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3/31/2013  12:17 PM
I think this article touched on the fact that everyone assumes since the Nuggets are a young team they are guaranteed to improve.

Also touched on how Melo was the whipping boy since he was a "ballstopper". Yet the team is no better without him.

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3/31/2013  12:21 PM
AnubisADL wrote:I think this article touched on the fact that everyone assumes since the Nuggets are a young team they are guaranteed to improve.

Also touched on how Melo was the whipping boy since he was a "ballstopper". Yet the team is no better without him.

Denver just did its entire roster over in the last two years and they have the best home record in the entire NBA-theyve already won 50 games and sit in position 3 in the west. They are deep athletic skilled and talented. George Karl has done a good job managing a lot of young players and setting up a system they can thrive in--to me he is coach of the year hands down.

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3/31/2013  12:41 PM
AnubisADL wrote:I think this article touched on the fact that everyone assumes since the Nuggets are a young team they are guaranteed to improve.

Also touched on how Melo was the whipping boy since he was a "ballstopper". Yet the team is no better without him.

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3/31/2013  12:43 PM
BRIGGS wrote:
AnubisADL wrote:I think this article touched on the fact that everyone assumes since the Nuggets are a young team they are guaranteed to improve.

Also touched on how Melo was the whipping boy since he was a "ballstopper". Yet the team is no better without him.

Denver just did its entire roster over in the last two years and they have the best home record in the entire NBA-theyve already won 50 games and sit in position 3 in the west. They are deep athletic skilled and talented. George Karl has done a good job managing a lot of young players and setting up a system they can thrive in--to me he is coach of the year hands down.


Pop should get it, his team wins even with a d-league squad.
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3/31/2013  1:10 PM
BRIGGS wrote:
AnubisADL wrote:I think this article touched on the fact that everyone assumes since the Nuggets are a young team they are guaranteed to improve.

Also touched on how Melo was the whipping boy since he was a "ballstopper". Yet the team is no better without him.

Denver just did its entire roster over in the last two years and they have the best home record in the entire NBA-theyve already won 50 games and sit in position 3 in the west. They are deep athletic skilled and talented. George Karl has done a good job managing a lot of young players and setting up a system they can thrive in--to me he is coach of the year hands down.

I can say the same about coach Woodson. 2nd is the East with a geriatric team decimated by injuries.

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3/31/2013  1:14 PM    LAST EDITED: 3/31/2013  1:16 PM
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I agree Karl is doing a fine job. But why is this on the Knicks forum?? It should be removed and put to that other teams only without the Knicks site.

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3/31/2013  1:27 PM
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BRIGGS wrote:
AnubisADL wrote:I think this article touched on the fact that everyone assumes since the Nuggets are a young team they are guaranteed to improve.

Also touched on how Melo was the whipping boy since he was a "ballstopper". Yet the team is no better without him.

Denver just did its entire roster over in the last two years and they have the best home record in the entire NBA-theyve already won 50 games and sit in position 3 in the west. They are deep athletic skilled and talented. George Karl has done a good job managing a lot of young players and setting up a system they can thrive in--to me he is coach of the year hands down.

I can say the same about coach Woodson. 2nd is the East with a geriatric team decimated by injuries.

Could say the same about Drew Dat...who took over Woody's teams yrs removed No Joe Johnson with a motely crew of mis****s of players and they're Boyz II Men you know...Doin Just Fine Getting Along Very Well Without Him On The Sideline Yeah Hoooooo-Hooooo Hoooooooooo Hooo-Hooo Hooo Hoo Hooooooooo Hooo Hoooo Hoooooooo!

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3/31/2013  1:57 PM
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More than 2 million people in Colorado roll out of bed each morning and go to work. Then there's Nuggets coach George Karl, who has the cushiest job in the NBA.

He's a lucky guy.

Karl plops down on the bench shortly before tipoff and watches the game from the best seat in the house, doing so little for two hours he might as well order a pizza.

The Nuggets are a collection of likable, free throw-clanking, ego-bereft guys just sweating and hoping to be the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference. But if they're not, that's OK.

Rather than setting standards, Karl manages expectations. Hey, it's really hard for a pro basketball team to win on the road, you know, even though the San Antonio Spurs recently returned home from their 19-day, 8,000-mile Rodeo Road Trip with a 7-2 record.

What Karl does for his seven-figure income rivals the labor required of a mansion sitter, Bingo announcer or Vanna White.

Beats working.

This is not an angry demand the Nuggets find a better coach than Karl, or at least one who brings more energy than a nightly walk to the locker room and back at halftime.

Instead, the peeps should ask: Where on earth can I get a job like that? Five-star hotels. Charter flights. Summer vacations that begin early, immediately after the first round of the NBA playoffs.

This team is wrapped in powder blue and coddled by team management like spoiled grandchildren.

The Nuggets are not a contender to win the NBA title this year, according to general manager Masai Ujiri. Oh. My. Gosh. Thanks for the breaking news.

In return for his hefty new contract, 25-year-old JaVale McGee is not expected to start or play more than 25 minutes per night, because how much can you really ask from a center making $10 million?

The Nuggets are a young team on the rise, so give them a break. In 2011, they finished as the No. 5 seed in the Western Conference. Last year, they were the No. 6 seed. This season, they are currently the No. 5 seed. At this rate of pro- gress, Denver will be a serious title contender by the time the league puts a franchise in London. Or on Mars.

What this coaching staff does best is develop young talent. That sounds good, unless you place any value in the advanced metrics of hoops number crunchers such as John Hollinger. According to Hollinger's ballyhooed Player Efficiency Rating, the production of point guard Ty Lawson, forward Kenneth Faried and center Kosta Koufas has stayed flat or regressed from a season ago. Worse, by the same PER measurement, veteran Dream Teamer Andre Iguodala is suffering through his worst season since he was 22.

Whenever anything goes wrong in Denver, it's all Carmelo Anthony's fault — even though the half-court offense designed by Karl is not one bucket better since Mr. Ballstopper fled to New York.

Excuses, excuses, ex- cuses.

Fire Karl? No.

Expect better? Yes.

Here are two goals:

The Nuggets must finish with no worse than the No. 4 seed and home-court advantage for the opening round of the playoffs, or this regular season should be considered an epic fail.

And, regardless of its seeding, should Denver get bounced from the postseason in the first round, patience gets thrown out the window for something more valuable, like a shooter who can actually swish a 20-foot jumper.

There is much to like about Karl. He whipped cancer. Twice. He's a fascinating sports philosopher. Way back, almost a generation ago, he was stuck with Joe Barry Caroll and Ralph Sampson in the same Golden State locker room, yet avoided going insane.

Karl has won more than 400 games for the Nuggets.

Props to him.

But know what might be even more amazing?

Karl has won 50 of those games in retirement.

Source: http://www.denverpost.com/kiszla/ci_22684469/mark-kiszla-nuggets-coach-george-karl-has-cushiest

Interesting article on Denver's situation.

What this article is saying is Denver has become the new version of the Phoenix suns that fans across the league love to watch. It's good for the league and all when it comes to ratings and being acceptable to watch. But George Karl has done nothing to make these role players any better than what they are. They can keep making up excuse that they are still young all they want, but I know that team doesn't have IT when it comes to the extreme pressure of the second season. Don't kid yourself, all players don't want the ball at crunch time in the playoffs with the whole world watching. Denver has a team full of them !

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AnubisADL wrote:
More than 2 million people in Colorado roll out of bed each morning and go to work. Then there's Nuggets coach George Karl, who has the cushiest job in the NBA.

He's a lucky guy.

Karl plops down on the bench shortly before tipoff and watches the game from the best seat in the house, doing so little for two hours he might as well order a pizza.

The Nuggets are a collection of likable, free throw-clanking, ego-bereft guys just sweating and hoping to be the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference. But if they're not, that's OK.

Rather than setting standards, Karl manages expectations. Hey, it's really hard for a pro basketball team to win on the road, you know, even though the San Antonio Spurs recently returned home from their 19-day, 8,000-mile Rodeo Road Trip with a 7-2 record.

What Karl does for his seven-figure income rivals the labor required of a mansion sitter, Bingo announcer or Vanna White.

Beats working.

This is not an angry demand the Nuggets find a better coach than Karl, or at least one who brings more energy than a nightly walk to the locker room and back at halftime.

Instead, the peeps should ask: Where on earth can I get a job like that? Five-star hotels. Charter flights. Summer vacations that begin early, immediately after the first round of the NBA playoffs.

This team is wrapped in powder blue and coddled by team management like spoiled grandchildren.

The Nuggets are not a contender to win the NBA title this year, according to general manager Masai Ujiri. Oh. My. Gosh. Thanks for the breaking news.

In return for his hefty new contract, 25-year-old JaVale McGee is not expected to start or play more than 25 minutes per night, because how much can you really ask from a center making $10 million?

The Nuggets are a young team on the rise, so give them a break. In 2011, they finished as the No. 5 seed in the Western Conference. Last year, they were the No. 6 seed. This season, they are currently the No. 5 seed. At this rate of pro- gress, Denver will be a serious title contender by the time the league puts a franchise in London. Or on Mars.

What this coaching staff does best is develop young talent. That sounds good, unless you place any value in the advanced metrics of hoops number crunchers such as John Hollinger. According to Hollinger's ballyhooed Player Efficiency Rating, the production of point guard Ty Lawson, forward Kenneth Faried and center Kosta Koufas has stayed flat or regressed from a season ago. Worse, by the same PER measurement, veteran Dream Teamer Andre Iguodala is suffering through his worst season since he was 22.

Whenever anything goes wrong in Denver, it's all Carmelo Anthony's fault — even though the half-court offense designed by Karl is not one bucket better since Mr. Ballstopper fled to New York.

Excuses, excuses, ex- cuses.

Fire Karl? No.

Expect better? Yes.

Here are two goals:

The Nuggets must finish with no worse than the No. 4 seed and home-court advantage for the opening round of the playoffs, or this regular season should be considered an epic fail.

And, regardless of its seeding, should Denver get bounced from the postseason in the first round, patience gets thrown out the window for something more valuable, like a shooter who can actually swish a 20-foot jumper.

There is much to like about Karl. He whipped cancer. Twice. He's a fascinating sports philosopher. Way back, almost a generation ago, he was stuck with Joe Barry Caroll and Ralph Sampson in the same Golden State locker room, yet avoided going insane.

Karl has won more than 400 games for the Nuggets.

Props to him.

But know what might be even more amazing?

Karl has won 50 of those games in retirement.

Source: http://www.denverpost.com/kiszla/ci_22684469/mark-kiszla-nuggets-coach-george-karl-has-cushiest

Interesting article on Denver's situation.

What this article is saying is Denver has become the new version of the Phoenix suns that fans across the league love to watch. It's good for the league and all when it comes to ratings and being acceptable to watch. But George Karl has done nothing to make these role players any better than what they are. They can keep making up excuse that they are still young all they want, but I know that team doesn't have IT when it comes to the extreme pressure of the second season. Don't kid yourself, all players don't want the ball at crunch time in the playoffs with the whole world watching. Denver has a team full of them !

There nothing like the Suns who were led by "MVP" Steve Nash an "All Star" Amare"

Denver has learned to capitalize on there altitude at home and run teams out the building. There eventually going to take some of there pieces and trade for a franchise player, or a Top draft pick. As for now, I dodn't think anyone is looking at them as contenders.

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3/31/2013  7:34 PM    LAST EDITED: 3/31/2013  7:35 PM
disgusting article and shame on the poster who brought this filth to this forum. he's gonna get checked by me from now on.
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playa2 wrote:
AnubisADL wrote:
More than 2 million people in Colorado roll out of bed each morning and go to work. Then there's Nuggets coach George Karl, who has the cushiest job in the NBA.

He's a lucky guy.

Karl plops down on the bench shortly before tipoff and watches the game from the best seat in the house, doing so little for two hours he might as well order a pizza.

The Nuggets are a collection of likable, free throw-clanking, ego-bereft guys just sweating and hoping to be the No. 4 seed in the Western Conference. But if they're not, that's OK.

Rather than setting standards, Karl manages expectations. Hey, it's really hard for a pro basketball team to win on the road, you know, even though the San Antonio Spurs recently returned home from their 19-day, 8,000-mile Rodeo Road Trip with a 7-2 record.

What Karl does for his seven-figure income rivals the labor required of a mansion sitter, Bingo announcer or Vanna White.

Beats working.

This is not an angry demand the Nuggets find a better coach than Karl, or at least one who brings more energy than a nightly walk to the locker room and back at halftime.

Instead, the peeps should ask: Where on earth can I get a job like that? Five-star hotels. Charter flights. Summer vacations that begin early, immediately after the first round of the NBA playoffs.

This team is wrapped in powder blue and coddled by team management like spoiled grandchildren.

The Nuggets are not a contender to win the NBA title this year, according to general manager Masai Ujiri. Oh. My. Gosh. Thanks for the breaking news.

In return for his hefty new contract, 25-year-old JaVale McGee is not expected to start or play more than 25 minutes per night, because how much can you really ask from a center making $10 million?

The Nuggets are a young team on the rise, so give them a break. In 2011, they finished as the No. 5 seed in the Western Conference. Last year, they were the No. 6 seed. This season, they are currently the No. 5 seed. At this rate of pro- gress, Denver will be a serious title contender by the time the league puts a franchise in London. Or on Mars.

What this coaching staff does best is develop young talent. That sounds good, unless you place any value in the advanced metrics of hoops number crunchers such as John Hollinger. According to Hollinger's ballyhooed Player Efficiency Rating, the production of point guard Ty Lawson, forward Kenneth Faried and center Kosta Koufas has stayed flat or regressed from a season ago. Worse, by the same PER measurement, veteran Dream Teamer Andre Iguodala is suffering through his worst season since he was 22.

Whenever anything goes wrong in Denver, it's all Carmelo Anthony's fault — even though the half-court offense designed by Karl is not one bucket better since Mr. Ballstopper fled to New York.

Excuses, excuses, ex- cuses.

Fire Karl? No.

Expect better? Yes.

Here are two goals:

The Nuggets must finish with no worse than the No. 4 seed and home-court advantage for the opening round of the playoffs, or this regular season should be considered an epic fail.

And, regardless of its seeding, should Denver get bounced from the postseason in the first round, patience gets thrown out the window for something more valuable, like a shooter who can actually swish a 20-foot jumper.

There is much to like about Karl. He whipped cancer. Twice. He's a fascinating sports philosopher. Way back, almost a generation ago, he was stuck with Joe Barry Caroll and Ralph Sampson in the same Golden State locker room, yet avoided going insane.

Karl has won more than 400 games for the Nuggets.

Props to him.

But know what might be even more amazing?

Karl has won 50 of those games in retirement.

Source: http://www.denverpost.com/kiszla/ci_22684469/mark-kiszla-nuggets-coach-george-karl-has-cushiest

Interesting article on Denver's situation.

What this article is saying is Denver has become the new version of the Phoenix suns that fans across the league love to watch. It's good for the league and all when it comes to ratings and being acceptable to watch. But George Karl has done nothing to make these role players any better than what they are. They can keep making up excuse that they are still young all they want, but I know that team doesn't have IT when it comes to the extreme pressure of the second season. Don't kid yourself, all players don't want the ball at crunch time in the playoffs with the whole world watching. Denver has a team full of them !

There nothing like the Suns who were led by "MVP" Steve Nash an "All Star" Amare"

Denver has learned to capitalize on there altitude at home and run teams out the building. There eventually going to take some of there pieces and trade for a franchise player, or a Top draft pick. As for now, I dodn't think anyone is looking at them as contenders.

People are looking for them to be contenders what are you talking about ?

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