Jason Bishop of the Junkies expects a "complete overhaul" in the offseason, as does Bontemps.
"If you're looking up and down their roster, you might have seven or eight new faces," said Bishop.
"You would expect Troy Brown, by next year, to be playing more minutes. You'd like to think that if they get a pick, who knows, maybe they can jump up and get a Zion (Williamson) or a Ja Morant or somebody that they'll play."
"This team isn't good, and you'd expect there to be an infusion of young talent, hopefully, across the roster. Because certainly the mix this year hasn't been good enough."
"You could probably make the same argument for or against Ernie for the past few years, right? If you're Ted and you wanna stay the course with what you're doing, and you're a believer in the path you're taking, you keep him. And if you wanna make a change, you don't."
"And to this point, Ted's shown no sign that he's gonna make a change," Bontemps continued. "Until he does, I'm just gonna stick with the bet that would have won me a lot over the last 15 years or so, and say that (Grunfeld's) gonna stick around."