7 NBA Coaches Who Should Be on the Hot Seat in the Second Half of the Season

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7 NBA Coaches Who Should Be on the Hot Seat in the Second Half of the Season
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As we venture into the second half of the season, it's slowly going to become clear which coaches will and won't have jobs next year.

This season, two coaches have already been sent to the unemployment line after not being able to get the job done with their respective teams: Flip Saunders with the Washington Wizards and Paul Westphal with the Sacramento Kings.

Those two were already on the hot seat entering the season, so them being let go wasn't exactly a surprise. However, what about the coaches who have underachieved this year (and as a whole)? Looking at some of the teams with bad records, I'm simply in shock as to how some of these men still have jobs.

Take New York Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni. Were it not for some recent occurrences of "Linsanity," I highly doubt he would still be manning the sidelines at Madison Square Garden.

Here are seven coaches who, entering the second half, could find their seats getting a wee bit warmer.

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