Frank Vogel Official Lakers Head Coach for 3-Years
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Are you happy about Vogel becoming our coach?
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 20, 2019 12:06 pm    Post subject:

Coach is an important part to a team. Phil to the Bulls and Jordan, to the Lakers and Kobe, Pop to Spurs and Tim, Kerr to Warriors and Stephenson. The GM assembly the pieces, the great player carry a team, but it’s the coach who gives the team characters, and great coach make a good team a great team and a good player a great player. Frank has done a good job with Pacers and makes them a really good team, with limited talents. He had only one star player in David West and an adequate starter in George Hill. But he developed young Paul George, and utilized well players like Stephenson and Hibbert. He put them together and made them a good team to flight with peak LBJ. It’s really impressive to what that Pacers have achieved, but not enough. Let’s see what he could do with obviously better talents in Los Angeles. Can’t wait the season to be opened
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PostPosted: Fri Aug 23, 2019 7:26 am    Post subject:

Frank Vogel Describes Anthony Davis As ‘Major Factor’ On Offense, Defense


https://www.lakersnation.com/lakers-news-frank-vogel-describes-anthony-davis-as-major-factor-on-offense-defense/2019/08/22/
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 09, 2019 11:34 am    Post subject:

Now that all the summer activity has settled and everything has had time to marinate I actually feel a lot more confident in Vogel as our hc than I did at first. He seems to have a very good bball head on his shoulders, coupled with a very strong and experienced coaching staff, as well as one of the top rosters in the league. In comparison to many of the failing coaches we've had since Phil retired, vogel might be the most balanced and promising coach we've had. Mike brown was a workhorse but lacked strategic vision. Mda had too much vision, dogmatic, and couldnt adapt his vision to his roster. Scott was old school fundamentals but so much so he was out of touch with the modern game, and really was pretty unequipped roster wise. Luke was new school modern nba but too inexperienced and had a weak staff. Vogel seems to have a lot of the positive traits as many of those coaches with no real glaring weakness as of right now. I do believe that Vogel has the makeup and proper tools for success and I am excited to see how he maximizes the potential of this team going forward. Go lakers!
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:44 am    Post subject:

Lakers_Jester wrote:
Now that all the summer activity has settled and everything has had time to marinate I actually feel a lot more confident in Vogel as our hc than I did at first. He seems to have a very good bball head on his shoulders, coupled with a very strong and experienced coaching staff, as well as one of the top rosters in the league. In comparison to many of the failing coaches we've had since Phil retired, vogel might be the most balanced and promising coach we've had. Mike brown was a workhorse but lacked strategic vision. Mda had too much vision, dogmatic, and couldnt adapt his vision to his roster. Scott was old school fundamentals but so much so he was out of touch with the modern game, and really was pretty unequipped roster wise. Luke was new school modern nba but too inexperienced and had a weak staff. Vogel seems to have a lot of the positive traits as many of those coaches with no real glaring weakness as of right now. I do believe that Vogel has the makeup and proper tools for success and I am excited to see how he maximizes the potential of this team going forward. Go lakers!

Let's just hope this coaching staff can handle all the egos paired with social media. Yhat is the only worry I have...
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 2:18 pm    Post subject:

Q&A:
Frank Vogel on Lakers' roster, Dwight Howard's role, plus more
L.A.'s new coach has championship expectations for LeBron, AD & company



https://www.nba.com/article/2019/09/10/frank-vogel-los-angeles-lakers-interview
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:59 pm    Post subject:

Lakers_Jester wrote:
Now that all the summer activity has settled and everything has had time to marinate I actually feel a lot more confident in Vogel as our hc than I did at first. He seems to have a very good bball head on his shoulders, coupled with a very strong and experienced coaching staff, as well as one of the top rosters in the league. In comparison to many of the failing coaches we've had since Phil retired, vogel might be the most balanced and promising coach we've had. Mike brown was a workhorse but lacked strategic vision. Mda had too much vision, dogmatic, and couldnt adapt his vision to his roster. Scott was old school fundamentals but so much so he was out of touch with the modern game, and really was pretty unequipped roster wise. Luke was new school modern nba but too inexperienced and had a weak staff. Vogel seems to have a lot of the positive traits as many of those coaches with no real glaring weakness as of right now. I do believe that Vogel has the makeup and proper tools for success and I am excited to see how he maximizes the potential of this team going forward. Go lakers!


Vogel's glaring weakness is he's all talk right now. He needs to show he's learned from his previous stints and translate it to results, especially on the offensive side.

What worries me is that he doesn't have the personnel to implement a modern offense. Kidd/Hollins are too old school and Phil Handy is primarily for player development. The rest are either unproven or unknown.

As mentioned earlier, the lack of an offensive coordinator sticks out to where it might become costly this season. It's not a good sign when the most capable person to integrate a modern offense on the staff is a coach who learned some things during his time off (Vogel).
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