I am not particularly married to Chris Armas, but anyone who thinks firing him comes even remotely close to fixing the brunt of this team's issues is delusional.
Precisely - but I do think he needs to go. I just hope he doesn't become the scapegoat, because without significant investment there isn't going to be any success.
Were folks singing that tune last year when we finished with the best record in league history?
I've been singing that tune for a long time now, yes. It just takes bad results for people to see the truth that RBNY doesn't want to seriously invest in this team.
And sure, we can hope to have generational talents come in every single year (since they'll have a 1.5 year shelf life before being moved on to our overlords) and a once in a generational coach (it seems, still amazed by this), or you know, we could have ownership that actually invests.
Roll the dice! Let me know what you come up with.