During the last few weeks, several teams filled their vacant coaching positions and entered a new phase of their franchise's futures.
There was longtime Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer accepting the post in Atlanta. Warriors assistant coach Michael Malone jumped to the Kings to head the new era in Sacramento. Larry Drew left Atlanta to take on the charge in Milwaukee. Even Masai Ujiri left Denver to take on the challenge in Toronto.
The NBA is seeing plenty of turnover as the Finals are getting set to start and the NBA Draft comes up after that. The 2014 season is right around the corner.
For the guys taking over new teams and, sometimes, getting their first shot at manning a team, they will have to solve the very same problems that have plagued their predecessors. In reality, their tenures will be about solving the problems their predecessors could not solve. There will not be a whole ton of turnover in many of these situations or, if there is, the same problem plaguing the ...