Being a NBA head coach can't be good for one's sleep pattern—you're guaranteed to be kept up at night.
When your team is good, you have to worry about keeping them good. When your team is bad, you have to worry about improving them. And if your team is considered a championship contender, anything less than the Larry O'Brien trophy is considered a failure.
With training camps on the NBA horizon, it's time for all 30 coaches to say goodbye to sleep. Each one has a serious burning issues (or two or three) to worry about.
Let's check out the one burning question for each NBA coach heading into the 2012-13 season.