Wow. So true^. I know I certainly don't miss him, either. Never wanted him, in the first place.
And then there's Scott's new book, "SLAM DUNK SUCCESS: Leading From Every Position on Life's Court".
The title, alone, seriously has me ROFL'n.
This^, from the guy who while coach in Cleveland, fined his players for being late to practice because they were caught in a heavy blizzard. Worst in-season record in our storied Laker history; Second longest losing streak in NBA history as the Cavs coach. Loads of negative reviews from far too many former players. His draconian style is best-suited for being the coach at a high school for troubled youth, and not much else.
Not to mention that he would have never been picked to coach the Lakers, had he not been one of their former players; as his track-record, alone (and without that one, single factor of being their former player), not only spoke volumes about his outdated, short-sighted, and myopic view of 21st century NBA Basketball, but to his severe lack of leadership, humility, and communication skills, as well.
The only good he served while Laker coach, is that he most likely was at least somewhat responsible for enhancing our draft status, and nothing more.
This guy couldn't lead his way out of a paper bag. No thank you and good riddance.
But I just might buy his book for the purpose of some good, ironic laughter whilst on the toilet, though!