I wrote a long post comparing Webster to other Warriors coaches then deleted it.
What I was trying to say can be summed up simply.
Past Warriors coaches were either attack based (Anderson) or defence based (Cleary Kearney
Webster is the first to look capable of delivering on both.
To put it crudely, Webster has the tacklbots Cleary had, but he has the guys in his forwards that can shift the defence with passing (Andersons men used second phase, where Websters pass, but the net result of shifting the defence around is the same).
As a long time study of the Warriors I want to know how he did it in one offseason.
From the outside it does seem as though he understood he had a lot of apex tacklers, and among them were some of the best passing forwards in RL (none better than Tohu Harris
But I would love to know how he analysed the Warriors then delivered on it, including the player buy in, part of it is that he was here before and knows the place...that insight has saved him years of rebuild shit.