Season might be last for Riley

Season might be last for Riley

There are 127 comments on the South Florida Sun-Sentinel story from Jan 8, 2008, titled Season might be last for Riley. In it, South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that:

After committing in the offseason to coaching the Heat through 2009-2010, Pat Riley is leaning toward stepping aside after this season.

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Hollywood, FL

#128 Jan 9, 2008
Riley may have put them together, but that doesn't mean they will put forth the effort, sad when you look at Shaq as an example - $20 mill this season and for the next 2 seasons - $60 mil for a guy that can't play anymore and doesn't help this team one iota. Keep Wade and Haslem and dump the rest of the team and get some players that want to EARN those million dollar salaries.
maime hate

Rugby, UK

#129 Jan 9, 2008
they just fired stan coz he knows the team is championship caliber pat just want another ring his too selfish for others look at now they loosing he just wont accept the truth and the fact that they loosing and sinking to the bottom......accept the reality
I hate Riley

Hialeah, FL

#130 Jan 9, 2008
Riley absolutely needs to leave. He's has cursed the heat franchise ever since he stepped foot here in Miami.
Han Solo

Chicago, IL

#131 Jan 10, 2008
You bew this on Ira. own up to your mistake.
Han Solo

Chicago, IL

#132 Jan 10, 2008

You BLEW this ONE Ira. Own up to your mistake and post a retraction.

See it's not that hard. I just owned up to mine.
Gladamir Kangrolukofof

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#133 Jan 11, 2008
If the $$$ are their, he'll be back.
After all, nowadays, in the world of professional sports, including the olimpics, isn't that what it's all about?
jameer nelson

Schaumburg, IL

#134 Feb 1, 2008
sjbytes wrote:
"Riley said it might be in the franchise's best interest if he focuses solely on his role as team president."
To do what concentrate on the draft? You mean like drafting Wayne Simien at #29 when he could have drafted David Lee at #30, Ronnie Turiaf at #37 or Montae Ellis at #40. How about drafting Dorell Wright at #19 when he could have drafted Jameer Nelson at #20, Kevin Martin at #26 or Anderson Varejao at #30? You mean like wanting to draft Chris Kaman instead of Dwayne Wade before he was talked out of it by the scouts? If that's the focus he's bringing to the draft we may not want him involved in evaluating and drafting players.
ouch, this was a good post.

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