Do you think the standards for coaches in professional sports are set too high? It seems like they're given only two or three years to turn a bottom feeder into a championship contender, which is hardly enough time to bring in the right personnel and install new strategies and playbooks. Or if they have one great year, they're expected to exceed it the next or else they're gone. I think it's especially ridiculous in the NBA. Out of 30 teams, the only coaches that have been with their current team for more than 5 or 6 years are Jerry Sloan and Gregg Popovich. Is it unfair? Why aren't the players to blame for under-performing? Why does it always fall on the coaches? Your thoughts?