Found December 30, 2012 on Los That Sports Blog:
Tweet   After Avery Johnson was fired, the rumor mill came close to spinning off its hinges with possible head-coaching candidates for the Brooklyn Nets. Names like Phil Jackson and Jeff Van Gundy were two of the high-profile reported candidate to be the new coach of the Nets. However, Nets general manager Billy King put [...]
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