Kurt Rambis, the former Timberwolves coach --and an acolyte of Phil Jackson-- went on ESPN Thursday morning and talked about "what can the Nets do to shake up the team."
He sounded like a NetsDaily poster.
Rambis said that P.J. Carlesimo had already done one thing he thought was necessary, remove Kris Humphries from the rotation. He also said that Carlesimo should play Mirza Teletovic (whose name he badly mangled) to "stretch the floor" and take Reggie Evans out of the starting line-up because he is such an offensive liability.
Meanwhile, Evans' mistakes vs. the Bulls get special treatment in TNT's "Shaqtin' a Fool" segment.