yer hate to say it mate but u got nothing...
scott fisher was woeful as a coach, just a an experienced player wearing a polo not a coach
guy molloy is one of the smartest coaches in this country & if u new much about basketball he wasnt given a great amount of talent to exactly win championships with
bj is another great coach unforetunately other motives caused him to loss some credability in the last few years of his nbl coaching, still could contribute greatly to a club if they took him on
westover nothing special as a coach was gifted talent, always ran the tigers shuffle, never added his own flavor & when he tried to it failed bad i.e. 2010
heal was a player trying to coach, not really a coach again.. maybe in 5 years time or so he could coach.. he has been coaching a lot in qld for his daughters teams this would help his development as a coach, though not nbl level still helps
gleeson i had a lot of respect for though since he went to melb & hasnt really changed their style of play other than adding a few horns variations... kinda disapointed.
Lemanis is clearly showing atm that he can coach, look at what his players run the reads they make on hands & other play, thats part of his system, not just experienced players (though this helps a lot)
to sum up a coaching record may not determine how good a coach if necessarily, there a lot of circumstances that must be taken into cosideration i.e. the year mark watkins was sacked as Razorbacks H/C the team couldnt train because of extreme heat in NSW, & the club could not find a facility for the team to train in a safe environment, also other things like talent available, injuries, others issues should be taken into consideration... while a win/loss record may not determine how good a coach is, it will determine how much longer they coach that nbl (or other elite level) team for!!!!! unforetunately.