Silas won't return as coach of NBA-worst Bobcats

Full story: The Washington Post

The 68-year-old Silas told The Associated Press late in the year he wanted to "see things through" and coach one more season.
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harvey

Columbus, OH

#1 Apr 30, 2012
Why would he WANT to? With a lousy team, a worthless owner, a poor organization, and repeated failure, why subject yourself to more?

Take a break, Paul, you've earned it. Nobody should have to go through that!
Blower

Germany

#2 May 1, 2012
No one gives a d amn

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