Ok this is my last shot at these, i feel like im flooding you guys, so lets begin lol. Coach Ingram awaits in the hallway outside the press room in Amway Arena, he is more nervous than he has been in his entire life, just last week he was an assistant coach at the small Broward Community College and somehow here he was about to be introduced as Head Coach of an NBA Franchise. He was determined not to show any fear and he wanted to make a good impression. The Door to the press room opened and GM Otis Smith invites him in, Ingram checks his black suit with blue tie one last time to make sure it looks OK and walks in, immediately there are flashes and clicks of media cameras all trying to get a glimpse of the man who is to replace Stan Van Gundy after he suddenly retired. Ingram feels like his heart is beating across the room but he quickly gathers himself and walks towards the podium. "Hello Ladies and Gentleman, first of all I'd like to thank Mr.Smith for putting his faith in me, after talking with him we both know we are on the same page and aim to get the Magic over the hump and back into the finals. We have a great team here and I will soon be speaking with all of them individually to get a feel for them and to let them know what our goals will be. We will bring a title to Orlando. Any Questions?" A man in the front row stands, Skip Marshall, Orlando Sentinel Here, What makes you think that you are qualified to coach at the NBA level, you havens even coached D-1 before. Well Ive been a student of the game since as long as I can remember and I have been successful wherever I have coached, I don't claim to be the best coach, but I will work the hardest and i am going to surround myself with people who feel the same way." How do you plan to deal with Miami and Boston? Those are great great teams, but all I can worry about is what Orlando does. Were going to take it one game at a time and play solid basketball and let things fall as they will. There are 14 other teams in the East and 29 teams in the NBA and we are not going to over look a single one of them." Ingram continues awnsering question for another 15 minutes before GM Otis Smith steps in and ends the press conference. The hard part is over Ingram thinks to himself, now he can get to doing what he does best. Coaching.