It has never been safer to say it.
To say that no one is safe.
Not Rudy Tomjanovich, a legend nudged out in Houston only partly because of health. Not Rick Carlisle, abruptly dismissed in Detroit because two doses of 50 wins couldn't heal his fractured relationships within the organization. Not even the coaches from NBA powerhouses who still have jobs can feel very safe. Sacramento's Rick Adelman and New Jersey's Byron Scott, who is about to work his second straight NBA Finals, are ...
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