I don't agree here. So his emotions on the sideline are fake?
I think you misunderstand what I'm saying. Winning is a goal, it's just a secondary goal to player development. There were multiple times last night when LA was making a run on the bench unit and a coach that had winning as his primary goal rather than getting experience for his best friend's son would have called a timeout and put at least one of the starting guards back in. But Monty let things roll and get out of hand.
As far as Davis and the 4th quarter, the only thing that makes sense is something eyeryan said about Anderson and Davis not being a good defensive pairing. This thread isn't aimed at absolving blame, it's intended to adjust expectations. People have complained about Monty's rotations from day 1, he definitely has different ideas than most of us on who should be playing when. And I really hope Rivers succeeds and I think he has the potential too, but I'm a little concerned about Rivers success being so personal to Monty. So there are definitely things to worry about and complain about, but losing shouldn't be one of them and calling someone who's not trying to win a bad coach is stupid.