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Wednesday, March 01, 2006

HILL MUST GO!

BSHill continues to drag this team down with his incompetent coaching, poor starting and substitution decisions, and lack of any sort of player development. There should be a fan revolt and boycott of this team until this guy is run out of town and never allowed to return. A team full of young, talented and eager players and AHoleHill continues with the status quo of starting deshawn stevenson and tony battie, while still finding valuable minutes for his butt monkey garrity...

Just a few of the stats incase you haven't heard.......

garrity.... 13 minutes, 1 rebound, 1 turnover, 2 points off free-throws. Just the kind of production that AHoleHill loves and we come to expect from this waste of valuable air...

KDooling....19 minutes, 2 turnovers, 3 points...... AHoleHill must be very proud of him and garrity.

TBattie.... 21 minutes, 1-3 fg's, 3 rebounds, 5 points... With production like this it's gonna be hard to get Tony out of the AHoleHill starting line-up.

DHoward..... 31 minutes, 6-9 fg's, 9 rebounds, 15 points..... Not bad, right? Well, consider that Mihm and KBrowne combined for 11-21 fg's, and 23 points, Browne scoring all 11 points in the 4th quarter. Again, AHoleHill can make a useless scrub like kwame browne look like a superstar... This brain-dead piece of shit must be removed from the Magic organization before he turns Dwight Howard into the biggest disappointment since Ike Austin.... His inability to judge talent and come up with any sort of coherent offensive scheme that can score points in the 2nd half of games, while not allowing lay-up drills by opposing teams will continue to keep the Magic as league jokes... It won't matter how much money they have to spend next year, or who they aquire through free agency, AHoleHill will drag them down to his level beating them with his stupid stick rendering them virtually useless, sub them with pat garrity, then claim they are uncoachable before they beg to be traded....

7 Comments:

  • At 2:55 AM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    Omar, I (and everyone else here I'm sure) also am very frustrated and upset with the way the Magic are playing and being outcoached and with how stubborn BHill is at not making the necessary changes to get this team and all our young talent to play to its potential and winning games. Hill is obviously not the coach that can get the team to the next level. The question is, when will the front office realize that?

    As I have said in previous posts, I doubt the front office would seriously consider firing Hill until after next season, if the Magic have another poor year, simply because of all the injuries the Magic have had and the trades that were made, and that this is Hill's first year. It would be a bold move for the Magic to fire Hill after this season, but I don't think the front office has the guts to do anything like that. Our young players deserve support, so I don't think a fan boycott is the answer.

    I was fortunate enough to attend all 3 home playoff games against DET in 2003, and remember all the excitement going around Orlando with the Magic jumping out to a 3 games to 1 lead. This will be the third season in a row without a playoff appearance for us, and 10 years since our last playoff series victory. We have the young talent in place now, we just need the right coach that can properly develop and motivate the team. Brian Hill is not the answer, because he refuses to change his stubborn ways, and is routinely outcoached most nights.

     
  • At 4:11 AM, Blogger OVERWADED said…

    I'm right there with you mike. I think B Hill will be around at least until the summer of 07. As much of a jackass as he is, he still has been dealt a bad deck of cards this year, so I don't see him leaving just yet. I like everyone else knows he has to go eventually.

    It's funny how memories differ. I went to the last 2 of those playoff games when the Magic were playing Detroit in 03. For whatever reason I remember thinking the crowd sucked even though we were still in the series in all the home games, ESPECIALLY in game 6. Maybe I was just spoiled because I was used to the playoff crowds of Shaq and Penny, I don't know? I just remember screaming as loud as I could for long periods of time back in the day and not even being able to hear my own voice one bit; those were the days...

     
  • At 4:17 AM, Blogger Ken said…

    That started out to be a great series. It was even my first time in the lower bowl.. ha.. Never thought in a million years the Magic would loose that series.

    I agree, a fan boycott is not the answer mike. That was me blowing off steam right after the game. I don't fault the players, they're young and talented and been plagued by injury and roster changes all season, hell, the team has been pretty much in turmoil since the signing of hill and mcgrady, so its gonna take time and some patience. This is the first time in a while that i have been excited about a group of players. I'd just hate to see them squander it all wirh a dopey coach whose better suited as middle school phys ed. teacher.

     
  • At 4:33 AM, Blogger OVERWADED said…

    Me too, I'm very excited about this group of guys. To me, it's obvious that Darko and Dwight are going to be a sick duo to deal with for years to come; pending that Hill doesn't screw it up of course. The small glimpses that we've seen of them together on the floor have be just great. It's pretty much been if one can't be in a certain spot at a certain time, the other one is, and in the future, I see that impossible to deal with. Once those two get time together, along with some of our other young players, we should have a great team. There really will be no reason we shouldn't land a top free agent soon. The only fear I have with anything right now is Brian Hill. That guy scares the shit out of me, because I just don't trust him one bit.

     
  • At 8:53 AM, Blogger Big Figure said…

    Lets see if keyon,deshawn & battie are still starters after those performances,i mean how bad do you have to play to lose your job? Hopefully jameer's ready to go tonight,b/c keyon is in a funk,and if theres no changes to the starting line-up i'm gonna be pissed! After a loss,BSH should start trying some things,what would be the benefit of staying with deshawn & tony,lets start the game with a different combination for once,b/c as long as that starting line-up plays together were prone to bad play & sub par scoring,tonight should be another loss if the same "garbage three" hit the floor (keyon,deshawn & tony)! Jameer,hedo & darko should replace those three,it doesnt take a rocket scientist to see it,so that means our coach is just DUMB..........dumb,dumb,dumb!If the starters dont change we all need to do something to get this guy fired!

     
  • At 9:47 AM, Blogger Matt said…

    I, once again, reiterate the power of public reflecting their views in whichever way available to them. HILL MUST GO NOW. He will frustrate and ruin our talents, and will jeopardize the opportunity of signing good free agents simply because they don't want to play in his stiff and moronic system. How obvious should it be for the front office to notice this guy is clueless? In the 3rd quarter, when I was bored and half sleep after a long day, LAL scored 38 points and killed us close under the basket. Darko did not play a single minute in that quarter, and guess who was on the floor? Garrity. I don't blame Keyon too much for having a bad night ... he played his usual high energy defense. Regardless of who we play at PG, I am in total agreement with you all that Grant and Hedo should start at 2 & 3 and Darko should start in place of Tony.

     
  • At 2:14 PM, Blogger Mike from Illinois said…

    Yeah Intro, you're right about Game 6 of that DET/ORL series. The Pistons dominated us that game and the Magic never came close to having the lead in the fourth quarter, which really took the fans out of the game. That was one of the most disappointing losses in Magic history, as a win would have put us in the second round. Instead, we get blown out at DET in Game 7, setting up 3 very rough seasons for all us Magic supporters.

     

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