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BECKY HAMMON RUMORS & GOSSIP

Hammon could trade Spurs sideline for Gainesville with Flordia offer

Rumors started circulating early this week, first via Swish Appeal, that San Antonio Spurs assistant coach  and former Stars player Becky Hammon was being considered as one of the top candidates to fill the University of Florida’s women’s basketball head coach vacancy. Today, the Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Hammon is indeed considering leaving coach Gregg Popovich’s...
Via Project Spurs
24 minutes ago

Report: Florida offers Spurs assisant Becky Hammon women’s basketball job

Women’s basketball has been a weak spot for the Florida Gators athletic program for quite a while but that may very well change if Florida is able to reach into the pro ranks and tab San Antonio Spurs assistant Becky Hammon as the team’s new head coach. After it was first reported earlier this week by SwishAppeal.com that the Gators were “zeroing in” on Hammon for the job...
Via Only Gators
5 hours ago  |  Discuss

Coaching rumors: San Antonio Spurs assistant Becky Hammon considering ‘lucrative’ offer to become Florida women’s basketball coach

It has long been suggested that Becky Hammon could become the first female head coach in the NBA. But before she can accomplish that, she may end up being the next Florida women’s basketball head coach. Hammon, who is a WNBA legend and currently a San Antonio Spurs assisstant coach, is mulling over a ‘lucrative’ offer from Florida according to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical...
Via SEC Country
5 hours ago

Former Ram Becky Hammon might be heading back to college

Mike Robinson of SB Nation has reported that San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon is in contention for the head coaching position for the University of Florida’s women’s basketball team. If Hammon were to take her talents to Gainesville, she would only be adding to her list of accolades which already contain: the most decorated Colorado State University women’s basketball...
Via Mile High Sports
1 day ago

Florida’s pursuit of Becky Hammon is a justified, exciting swing for the fences

Can the Gators make a huge splash? The news broke like a thunderbolt, and because I missed it initially — Tuesday was my birthday; mea culpa — I had to all but rub my eyes and pinch myself to make certain it was real when I saw it. But it is: San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon is set to interview to become the next Florida Gators women’s basketball coach, reported...
Via Alligator Army
2 days ago

Becky Hammon A Finalist For Florida Women’s Job

San Antonio Spurs assistant Becky Hammon could be set for a head coaching job. According to reports, the 40-year-old WNBA assists leader is poised to become the next coach of the Florida Gators women’s basketball team. SB Nation’s Mike Robinson was first to report the news. Hammon previously become the first full-time female assistant to earn a job in the NBA, and now could...
Via Campus Sports Net
2 days ago

Report: Becky Hammon named finalist for Florida women’s basketball head-coaching job

San Antonio Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon is a finalist for the women’s basketball head-coaching position at the University of Florida, reports SwishAppeal.com. According to the report, she is at the top of Florida’s list of three finalists. Hammon, who will reportedly interview for the position this week, became the first full-time female assistant coach in the NBA in...
Via Excelle Sports
2 days ago

Report: Florida ‘zeroing in’ on Spurs assistant Becky Hammon as next women’s basketball coach

Women’s basketball has been a weak spot for the Florida Gators athletic program for quite a while but that may very well change if Florida is able to reach into the pro ranks and tab San Antonio Spurs assistant Becky Hammon as the team’s new head coach. According to SwishAppeal.com, the Gators are “zeroing in” on Hammon, one of three reported finalists, for the job. A former...
Via Only Gators
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Remember when the Spurs and Bucks combined to score 337 points in a game?

According to My Top Sportsbooks, the chances are slim that the Eastern Michigan Eagles will  be able to participate in the annual spectacle that is March Madnesss this season. However, George Gervin, Eastern Michigan’s greatest basketball export, helped lead a springtime scoring exhibition of such magnitude that even the present-day offensive superpowers like the Golden State...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Bills hire NFL’s first full-time female assistant coach

According to a report from Pro Football Talk, the Buffalo Bills have hired Kathryn Smith to be the team’s new special teams quality control coach. Smith will be the first full-time assistant coach in NFL history. This comes a year after the Arizona Cardinals hired Jen Welter to serve as an assistant coach during training camp and the preseason. She was in charge of working with...
Via Sportsnaut
January 20, 2016  |  Discuss
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