The next head coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves will accept the job knowing full well that his best player, Kevin Love, most likely won’t finish the 2014 season in Minneapolis.
According to a Star Tribune report, Head Coach Rick Adelman is gone
The Timberwolves will need someone to coach their basketball team and try to convince Love to stay around. Marc J. Spears of Yahoo...
Tom Izzo, Fred Hoiberg and Stan Van Gundy are on the Minnesota Timberwolves' coaching search list assuming Rick Adelman leaves, according to sources.
Izzo and Hoiberg have never coached in the NBA, though the latter was formerly in the Wolves' front office.
Van Gundy has been out of coaching since 11-12.
“I would say the Bulls have more experience in big games, but in terms of talent, there certainly isn’t much difference. Charlotte’s got (37) wins and are going to get in playoffs, and they (Bobcats) don’t even have experience over Magic. I would take Orlando’s roster over Charlotte’s any day of the week.
“In the Eastern Conference, Orlando’s roster is a playofff...
Stan Van Gundy says what Philadelphia is doing, that roster on the floor is embarrassing. Said he'd like to do away the draft altogether.— Steve Kyler (@stevekylerNBA) February 28, 2014Stan Van Gundy is not a fan of the way the Philadelphia 76ers are running their team right now.At 15-43, the 76ers are undoubtedly one of the most worst teams in the league, and the 110.9 points...
Stan Van Gundy is taking himself off the market.
During an interview on Orlando radio station Sports Talk 1080, the former Miami Heat and Orlando Magic coach told The David Baumann Show he does not plan to coach in the NBA next season, citing family reasons.
"As you get down the road more and the longer you are out, the harder it is to get back in," Van Gunday said. "...
STAN THE MAN
Former Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy said in a recent interview that he believes if the Bulls don't surround Derrick Rose with more talent, he could elect to leave.
ORLANDO—Having packed up his office, loaded his car and said his goodbyes to the staff he spent the past five seasons working alongside, recently fired Magic coach Stan Van Gundy had only one final piece of business before heading home—procuring the perfect souvenir to commemorate the time he spent in central Florida.
“It’s got to be just right,” said Van Gundy as...
CAN'T STAN NO MORE
After a tumultuous season (to say the least), the Orlando Magic have decided to move on from coach Stan Van Gundy and GM Otis Smith.
ORLANDO, FL -- Orlando Magic Chief Executive Officer Alex Martins announced today that Stan Van Gundy has been relieved of his duties as head coach. In addition President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Otis Smith and the organization have mutually agreed to part ways.
"On behalf of the DeVos Family, we sincerely appreciate and thank Otis and Stan for all that...