Solomon: Neither David Culley nor Stephen Silas have won yet. Only one has a chance.

Three out of every four. Seventy-five percent.

That is how often the Texans have lost games under head coach David Culley.

The highest losing percentage for a head coach in team history.

Three out of every four. Seventy-five percent.

That is how often the Rockets have lost games under head coach Stephen Silas.

The highest losing percentage for a head coach in team history.

Despite that interesting parallel at this point in their careers, there are stark differences between Culley and Silas.

Stuck in difficult, no-win situations, it could be argued that Culley and Silas have each gotten as much out of their respective teams as could be fabricated from so few quality parts.

But Culley is the Texans’ coach of the present. Silas is still considered to be the Rockets’ coach of the future.

“When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible,” Harry Burns said.

The Texans need to spend the coming years with somebody other than Culley.

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The question is when will general manager Nick Caserio hire the next guy. The sooner, the better.

This isn’t ageism.

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