Ok, look. A lot of you are confused on what is important about a head coach. Should they be good in the X’s and O’s? Yes, they should. But what is really important is bringing in talent and keeping them disciplined on and off the court. Establishing the right culture is also key. A head coach should make sure to “do no harm”. If they have great players, they need to play to their strengths and not try to force them into a system they predetermined. That is one of the major mistakes they make... not adapting to personnel. As great as Nick Saban has been... do you think he’d be winning championships at UF with the exact same roster as Dan Mullen? Do you think Dan Mullen would lose with Bama’s roster? Is Steve Kerr a basketball genius, or did he have Steph, KD, Klay, and Draymond? It’s primarily the talent that wins games, not the coaching. I’ve been on good teams and bad teams in my life. With great talent, the team basically runs itself. It’s completely different when your players are just better. The coach needs to be a leader, mentor, and a great recruiter above all.