Happy I'm not the only one that thinks SVG has done the least with the amount of talent he has had:
Which coach has done the least with the most
Graydon Gordian, 48 Minutes of Hell: Meanwhile, even with the significant roster changes, Stan Van Gundy's Magic should be on the other side of 50 wins at this point in the season. Orlando doesn't look like a contender, and much of the responsibility for that has to fall on Van Gundy's shoulders.
For which three coaches are the stakes highest this postseason?
Rahat Huq, Red94.net: Van Gundy for the Magic's imminent stagnation in the face of an impending Howard free agency;
David Thorpe, ESPN.com: Stan Van Gundy, because even though the poor personnel decisions made were not his choices, he still has to get this team to play like contenders this spring.
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Sure Otis Smith might have made some poor decisions, however SVG has had more than enough talent to play better than they have been. If we don't get out of first round, SVG has to go. I'm sure DeVos will think the same after spending as much as they have this year and if they have nothing to show for it. Hopefully things will turn around soon.