- 02/23/2011, 06:20PM ET
..PCH// said 02/23, 06:20 PM
this guy single handidly retired the MAN
Sloan had great swag..
i think he only missed it a couple of times..
He might have lost to Jordan but he did coach two nba finals..
Deron Williams made his own playbook..
I find it quite interesting that Chris Broussard thought Williams was the sole reason in Sloan's shocking retirement
3rd all time in wins and coaching a premadonna
i could've made this td and said Deron Williams is a piece of sh8t but that wouldn't have gone over well.. so i sad Lebron's angle in comparison..
Deron Williams is one hell of a ball player but Sloan is a LEGEND.. don't disrespect the MAN like that..
Now, the Jazz have Corbin and Sloan is grooming his wife at home
The Heater said 02/24, 09:50 AM
PCH, this is honestly one of the most absurd TDs I've ever seen you create on Fannation. Deron Williams trade to NJ was in no way similar to Lebron's departure to Miami.
The reports that Sloan retired because of Deron Williams were nothing more than speculation:
Sloan denied the reports:
Williams denied the reports:
I tend to believe the statements of those involved vs. the irresponsible reporting of Chris Broussard and other sports journalists. It's a shame Sloan retired without ever getting his championship, but it's absurd to believe that Williams was the cause of his retirement.
Lebron James departure to Miami was a media spectacle. Instead of giving his fans, teammates, and Dan Gilbert the common courtesy of informing them of his intentions, he decided to "take his talents to S. Beach," on national television. Lebron, a native of Ohio promised his fans that "he wouldn't stop until he brought a championship to Cleveland." Lebron is a megalomaniac who deserves every one of the boos that are directed towards him.
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