It's been awhile since this team has had a head coach. I liked Doug as a coach. He's a smart man. But his logic was off. He wasn't patient, and he never really gave his young players a chance. When I say young players, I mean draftees. We're stuck in a ditch with an okay spot in the draft, weak draft, and Sixers position isn't attractive. I love the approach new general manager Sam Hinkie is taking. He's dead focused on the roster, than the head coaching position. I think it's smart. Why not? A head coaching job with the Philadelphia 76ers doesn't sound sexy anyway. At least not to a coach with a proven track record and great coaching career. I ran across a few forums of fans wanting Larry Brown back. I'm only seventeen years old and I know this. I haven't even been covering sports that long. Larry Brown would be the second coming of Doug Collins at head coach. It's good to not tolerate nonsense., but to be a overbearing pest to your players is a another story. What we need is a young up and coming players type coach. I feel that's what we need. If there's one veteran coach I had to hire, I wouldn't mind Lionel Hollins, who is a defensive minded type coach. Which wouldn't work with Spencer Hawes who is soft and wouldn't make much sense. Personally, I would either promote Michael Curry or go all out for Brian Shaw who played and learned under the Zen master himself, Phil Jackson. If we can somehow get Brian Shaw to somehow pick us over Brooklyn and the Los Angeles Clippers, we may be in a good spot. Either way they're both player coaches, and I'm sure they would adapt no problem. If we are to get Brian Shaw as next head coach, then that's when I would strongly consider bringing back Andrew Bynum. Draft is set to take place under three weeks and we have no head coach. But let's wait and see what happens.