It is clear at this point that the Celtics will not be hanging #18 this season, so we must look to the future. I certainly do not see another version of the Big 3 coming through the doors anytime soon. Therefore we must look first to a coah that can develop young talent that we are going to rely on to get the Celtics back on track. Doc is not that guy. His success has been heavily tied to the Big 3 and he has relied exclusively on them. When we hung Banner 17 it was clear to me that the victory over the Lakers was partly due to adjustments forced on Doc because of injuries and foul trouble. There were no great unforced moves by Doc. In other words, he was lucky to defeat Phil Jackson to get #17. That is why I believe that going forward the Celtics must part ways with Doc. Any doubt about this was erased tonight with the somewhat solid play of Avery Bradley. He was forced into service and he, by all accounts I have read, played well. Perhaps if Doc had played him more he would have developed into an NBA player by now. We need a coach that will develop young players,magic in the form of another Big 3 is not about to him Boston anytime soon.