The Los Angeles Clippers have exceeded preseason expectations. From swinging the Chris Paul trade, to the founding of Lob City, to finally competing with the los Angeles Lakers for attention in Tinseltown, the Clippers have been one of the young and rising teams in the NBA this season.
Donald Sterling's club has been riding the rush in 2012. The team is finally back to prominence after years of mediocrity. A high-seeded playoff berth is likely coming in the near future. And fan interest has never been higher.
Despite the promising outlook and results for the Clippers, there is no way Vinny Del Negro should be the head coach next season. Here are a few reasons why: