There's no way Paul Westphal can continue as coach after Tuesday night's devastating loss.
I feel bad for the guy. He is, by all accounts, a decent man. But enough is enough. He has aged 20 years over the past three months. He looks like the poster boy for irritable bowel syndrome.
It's time to put him out of our misery.
Look, it's not Westphal's fault that his two studs - Tyreke Evans and DeMarcus Cousins - combined for a pathetic 7-for-31 for 22 points in Tuesday's horrifying OT loss to the Warriors.
But Evans and Cousins have become the Kings of the Forced Shot.
And that falls right on the shoulders of the coach.
It's his job to drum it in their ears.
Pass the ball. Make the offense move. Execute. And don't think you have to be the hero every game, especially when you are shooting like crap.
Westphal needs to be in their faces and making it clear. Maybe he is, but if so, the message isn't being absorbed.
Now all eyes turn to the Maloof brothers. How much humiliation are they willing to take? How many fans are they willing to lose?
Step up and make some moves.
The future of the team may be riding on it.