The Los Angeles Lakers stand at 1-3 and the question has already presented itself: Does head coach Mike Brown have what it takes to guide his star-studded roster to a championship? The Princeton offense he's running has struggled thus far, and fans seem to be getting impatient.
Unfortunately, the sad truth is that as long as Mike Brown is coaching them, the Lakers will not win a championship.
His 314-166 record is nice, but this is the same man who couldn't win a title with the LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers, though he did lose the NBA Finals in 2007. With even more stars in Los Angeles, it's only a matter of time before he loses control of the wheel and crashes the bus.
Simply put, Brown is not the right man for the Lakers head coaching gig. In fact, he's the absolute last man who should have this job. If the bleeding doesn't stop soon, Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak must be ready to make some calls in the very near future.