UNLV puts the hurt on UH - Hawaii Sports

UNLV puts the hurt on UH - Hawaii Sports

There are 6 comments on the Honolulu Star-Bulletin story from Dec 24, 2009, titled UNLV puts the hurt on UH - Hawaii Sports. In it, Honolulu Star-Bulletin reports that:

The first two words describe how Hawaii looked on national TV just moments into last night's semifinal against UNLV in the inaugural Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic.

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San Diego, CA

#1 Dec 24, 2009
I feel for the Warriors. I think we have to consider looking at a new coach. The team looks bad.
Manoa Midnight Marauder

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#2 Dec 24, 2009
Warriors look like they needa leader. No one wants to take charge. Nash has put the kabosh on individualism. This HURTS more than it helps. If he wants a team to play together they need someone to LEAD them on the floor. It's total chaos everytime they go on offense.
The FAB-5 idealism is gone - done- history. Every opposing team with ANY kind of athletic front courts will UH into the court. Time to eaither open up the offense to Flemings and Williams or call it a season - NOW.
Manoa Midnight Marauder

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#3 Dec 24, 2009
Oh yeah.. if NAsh doesn't ARGUE vehemently any OBVIOUS BAD officiating calls his team will not respect him or back him. Think about it Nash. Being Mr. Nice guy doesn't get you squat. When YOU fight for YOUR team - EVERY second of the GAME, then they'll respond.

Cedar Park, TX

#4 Dec 24, 2009
I'm an avid supporter of Hawaii football, basketball and Wahine Volleyball. Only the Wahine volleyball team has impressed me in 2009. Watching the Warriors on TV last night from Austin, TX was a terrible and embarrassing experience. After the Warriors missed their 7th straight FG, I changed channels to TCM and watched a Humphrey Bogart movie, which had more action in it than the 10 minutes of Warrior basketball. UNLV was just as bad in the lst quarter, missing almost as many shots at the early stages. Just bad basketball playing and coaching by the Warriors.

United States

#5 Dec 24, 2009
I was willing to give Nash a chance to be a Div. I coach but he's failed miserably. He was a great player for UH but being a great player doesn't interpret to being a good coach. He has some talent but haven't been able to get consistent performance from them. There's no emotion when they play. They seem very unmotivated. It's very frustrating to watch them play uninspired ball. I predict some of the players will leave the program. Time for a change.
nash has got to go

Ewa Beach, HI

#6 Dec 24, 2009
i'm sure that nash wants to win, but his laid back attitude just doesn't cut it. his team plays the way he coaches, with no passion or energy. if his team had that from the get-go, okay, but they don't so nash has got to change. if he doesn't, this team will continue to go through the motions. if the 3's drop, they look good, but if they don't, then look out.

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