The Charlotte Bobcats need help, and they need it fast. Parting ways with coach Paul Silas was a start, but not nearly enough.
After going 7-59 during the regular season, Charlotte landed the worst record in NBA history, which couldn't help but spark questions of whether former NBA superstar Michael Jordan is capable of handling this team.
Clearly, drafting Anthony Davis out of Kentucky is a no-brainer for Jordan, but now he faces the question of who to hire in Silas' place. Rumors circulated that former Lakers head coach would step in, but turns out he has no plans to unretire.
Some names being thrown around are Nate McMillan or Mike D'Antoni, as well as former Kings and Warriors coach Eric Musselman. Jordan says he isn't hiring his lifelong friends anymore--now it's about who can get them the most wins.
Jordan and the new future head coach will enjoy the benefits of acquiring Davis, so that may automatically give the team a boost Silas couldn't experience.
Who do you think would be a good fit for the head coaching position?