Billy Donovan backing out of the Orlando Job!!!

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pitnlala

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#1
Problem is, he signed a contract, and rlando is unsure what to do. So, attention Kobe, Billy D, Curtis martin, and every other sports personality who cant make up their damn mind...WTF people! LMAO
 
#2
Problem is, he signed a contract, and rlando is unsure what to do. So, attention Kobe, Billy D, Curtis martin, and every other sports personality who cant make up their damn mind...WTF people! LMAO
I laughed my ass off when I heard this....he just needs to sit down with Lilly and Herman and finally decide:

 

ebsoria

Bench Warmer
#6
And the #1 pick goes to... Portland....

Billy- "Uh.. maybe I dont want to be in Orlando"

What an absolute douche bag! His word means NOTHING now. A man without his word is a man without his penis!
 
#7
And the #1 pick goes to... Portland....

Billy- "Uh.. maybe I dont want to be in Orlando"

What an absolute douche bag! His word means NOTHING now. A man without his word is a man without his penis!
I wouldn't go that far. I don't put this even in the same stratosphere as the Saban debacle. True, he will never be able to go to the NBA after this, but I don't think it ruins his reputation or anything.
 
#8
I wouldn't go that far. I don't put this even in the same stratosphere as the Saban debacle. True, he will never be able to go to the NBA after this, but I don't think it ruins his reputation or anything.
Yeah, that makes sense. Donovan signs a recruiting class, hires an assistant coach, attends the SEC meetings....you know, signs that he would stay, correct? Then, bolts for Orlando leaving the signees and assistant coach in limbo. After a few days, he backs out of a signed contract. Yet somehow that wasn't as bad as anything Saban did? I'm not going to sit here and say he was a "saint" or anything during the process. He did lie about the coaching change to the media....just like countless other coaches before him.
 
#10
Yeah, that makes sense. Donovan signs a recruiting class, hires an assistant coach, attends the SEC meetings....you know, signs that he would stay, correct? Then, bolts for Orlando leaving the signees and assistant coach in limbo. After a few days, he backs out of a signed contract. Yet somehow that wasn't as bad as anything Saban did? I'm not going to sit here and say he was a "saint" or anything during the process. He did lie about the coaching change to the media....just like countless other coaches before him.
There was never a more public display of dishonesty than what Saban did. Donovan regrets going to the NBA, and I guarantee he feels bad about the whole situation.

And btw, every college coach that leaves a job leaves a recruiting class that they brought in, so that's no different from any other coach leaving.
 
#11
There was never a more public display of dishonesty than what Saban did. Donovan regrets going to the NBA, and I guarantee he feels bad about the whole situation.

And btw, every college coach that leaves a job leaves a recruiting class that they brought in, so that's no different from any other coach leaving.
Never more public display? Uh..........huh. Well, I'm going to drop this instead of turning this into a pissing match.
 
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