There's no safety in these numbers
Sidney Lowe thought he was safe. True, he'd coached some of the worst NBA teams you'd ever seen, both in Vancouver and Minnesota, but he knew he wouldn't be thought of as the worst coach in NBA history, because (A.) he didn't really earn it, and (B.) there was always Tim Floyd.
But that was before Floyd, famous for being the man who guided the Chicago Bulls from the Michael Jordan era to the Marcus Fizer era, was hired by the New Orleans Hornets. Floyd, and his monumentally bad record of ...
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