There seems to be a growing sense of doubt that Rambis is not the right coach for the Wolves. I'm just wondering where CHer's stand right now on the decision to let McHale leave and bring in Rambis.
A few ways to look at this question.
Did McHale ultimately have to leave, no matter who replaced him? Just to give Kahn a chance to do what he wanted without having to keep McHale's guys.
If Rambis was the best the Wolves could get, should they have just kept McHale?
Does Rambis get credit for improving some players like Love, but lack in the area of creating a winning team?
Should the Wolves keep Rambis for another couple years to complete the rebuild?
Would you fire Rambis at the end of this year and bring back McHale? This could be interesting to consider, especially if Taylor and McHale still have the respect for each other that they had during the KG era.
My two cents...I give Rambis some credit for developing players like Love, Darko, and Beasley. I'm just starting to think he is more cut out to be a #1 assistant rather than a head coach. That said, I'd really like to see what McHale could do with this set of players, especially the way Love has improved. McHale had the team playing pretty well before Jefferson was injured, and I think there is more talent here right now. If you are a fan of Love and want to see him stick around, then McHale coming back could be the long term answer.
Rambis or McHale, I'll take McHale.
Who would you rather have?