Keats has managed to deal with issues as they arrive. Obviously end of game stuff is far from perfect but at least we now have a reasonable chance of hitting those late game free throws. I’m with Grey let the man do his thing. From what I have seen so far he is doing very well.
Wait, did I initially say anything bad about Keatts? He’s done a bang-up job, more than I expected, and I think he has great character. However, I’d like to close out games without having a heart attack. That’s a little bit of coaching, but I also think it’s mostly the players executing properly.