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Friday, 14 June 2013 12:06

George Karl is one bitter little pill

(pic via @Joe_solomon)

"Karl has essentially validated the move Kroenke Sports chose to make by displaying his childishness in softball interviews with a small assortment of sympathetic journalists."

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The Nuggets future and Josh Kroenke's legacy as Denver Nuggets President and Governor both rest on his coach and GM hires. 

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"even in the wake of General Manager Masai Ujiri’s departure, Karl did not handle his tenuous position with kid gloves. In fact, he played fast and loose with the Kroenkes"

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"Nobody involved in professional sports at any level would ever confess to being influenced by the ramblings of a cynical newspaper columnist."

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"The Nuggets were not the only NBA Western Conference squad to suffer the indignity of a first round exit from the playoffs this season. The same thing happened to the LA Clippers, “Lob City” as they are also known. The main difference between the fate of the Nuggets and that of the Clippers in 2013 is that the Clips canned their head coach, Vinny Del Negro. Do they want to replace him with George Karl?"

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Pay Masai Ujiri, Kroenke Sports Enterprises, or fans will remember why their favorite team doesn't have a chance for a championship. 

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Did George Karl deserve another vote of confidence and the chance to coach the Nuggets for one more year? 

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"Call him Curious George, because he's continually searching for a way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory."  

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Saturday, 20 April 2013 11:09

Don't get your hopes up, Denver Nuggets fan

Can a George Karl led team win in the playoffs? Don't get your hopes up.

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Saturday, 30 March 2013 11:11

Evan Fournier emerges, and none too soon

"Miller, for all his veteran savvy, can be a liability on both ends of the floor. The 37 year old slows down the speedy Nuggets, which often derails George Karl’s game script.

More minutes for Fournier means fewer minutes for Miller, who at this point in his career is more effective in a limited role."

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