Glenn "Doc" Rivers is probably a great guy!
I just think it's now time for him to move on......Sorry Doc

Recent quotes from all around

Is "come-from-ahead loss" the defining phrase of the Doc Rivers era?

Bill Simmons (ESPN.COM PAGE 2)

"Fi-re Doc!" "Fi-re Doc!" "Fi-re Doc!"

Celtics Nation Saturday, November 25, 2006 at The Garden

"And, yes, I'm a Doc guy. I can't help it. I've known him too long. I have too much respect for his intelligence, common sense and goodwill to abandon him in this hour of crisis. Do I know for sure that he can convey all the basketball he knows to others? No, I do not. But I know it's there, and I'd sure like to play for him (assuming he could use a 6-foot, 1-inch forward with 1965 post-up moves)."

Ringing endorsement from Bob Ryan -Boston Globe

When the players followed through with the right coverages, they stopped the Nets. Rivers made that clear. But that doesn't clear Rivers of blame. If the Celtics fail to follow the game plan consistently, maybe the lessons are not as clear as they could be.

Shira Springer (Boston Globe)

Doc Rivers isn’t is a very good coach. He has shaky rotations, questionable play calling, a lack of leadership

Joe S (Perkolators/Buckets Brigade)

I already sold my tickets and I’m never buying another until Rivers is gone.

Brickowski (Comment on

The shelf life of NBA coaches is remarkably short, and sometimes you just need to make a move to change the culture of a team.  That appears to be the case here.

Jeff Clark (