In all cases, the dynamic is the same: The players are hardware, and the coach is software. Do you want to overhaul the infrastructure at enormous effort and expense? Of course not. The easier path is to uninstall Windows XP (known in Oklahoma as Carlesimo) and replace it with Linux (i.e. Scott Brooks) in hopes of getting the network back up to speed. Not that it's inexpensive to change out the NBA coaching software. The old OS cost a fortune that can't be recouped, while the new product key is an eight-figure number preceded by a "$."