posted on Oct, 12 2021 @ 02:36 PM
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
He was bound to find out.
He isn't going to find out ahead of time unless the team is showing interest and he manages to speak to a player between the draft and his final NCAA
Face it, the guy is an idiot.
I am not supporting the coach. I am saying that we come in contact with idiots throughout our lifetime. I don't think a rookie will be surprised to
find out a coach is an idiot, and if the coach is too offensive for that rookie to work with, it is better he know that as soon as possible.
I think for him to fake how he really feels about the players, and for them to work with him for months or years, to later find out how he really felt
about them, does way more harm, than finding out he is an idiot, right out of the box.
At least knowing up front, the rookie can make the choice of whether he wants to work under him, or not. That choice may not be available, if the
coach hides it from the rookie, but is backstabbing him.
Again, I am not defending the coach, nor am I saying what he did was okay. I am saying that if someone tells me what they are, I believe them, and
will choose accordingly, how I will interact, or if I will interact with them. Not saying I will be accepting, I would just like to know up front.