Not really a point to it. This team is what it is and a new face isn't going to change that. He should only be fired if the front office has a clear-cut path to how it's going to build a winner again and I don't think that future involves Ventura. In the meantime however, let him stay until all circumstances point to him needing to leave. I doubt we're there yet.
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