Some interesting tidbits:
It wasnít that the coaching staff was unaware of these issues, according to team sources; it was that they really didnít know what to do about it.
Stevens, who has allowed the players to police themselves in the past, swooped in too late to solve the issues. Some players blamed him for integrating Hayward into the starting lineup without giving more regard to the feelings of Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum.
Stevens has loaded his staff in past years with Butler disciples, young coaches skilled in analytics but not necessarily how to handle millennial NBA players.
Sucks that I can't read the article because I need to subscribe to the Globe's website, but thanks for sharing.
Interesting tidbits and not surprising. I think it was quite clear throughout the entire season that Brad was basically sleeping on the job and making poor decisions (or perhaps not making any decisions at all and just letting the inmates run the asylum.)
I don't think his job is in jeopardy this summer but another season like this, and I would like to think and hope he would be given his walking papers, immediately.
I also recently saw that Micah Shrewsbury accepted a coaching job with Purdue.
The front office may want to consider blowing up that coaching staff. There's that other jackass Jerome Allen who was involved in a college bribe scandal a few years ago. https://www.thedp.com/article/2018/10/jerome-allen-pleads-guilty-bribery-penn-mens-basketball-coach-esformes-scandal-celtics
He's just literally wasting space and giving the team a bad look.
I agree having a former NBA vet on the staff is a very good idea. An accomplished and former NBA player with a keen insight and intelligence on the game to be Brad's right hand man, because it's clear Brad needs some guidance (and potentially, a future replacement if Brad keep's messing up.)