Found April 18, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
Doug Collins has resigned after three seasons as coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, but will stay with the franchise as a special consultant. According to CBS Philly: The Sixers made it official Thursday, Doug Collins is out as head coach. Collins will remain with the team in an advisory role. [...] “Doug will not coach next season,” Sixers owner Josh Harris said. “A the end of the day, he’s a proud father and he wants to spend time with his family.” Harris pointed out that the decision to leave was Collins’, and the team did not force him out. Harris said he would have loved to retain Collins as coach.
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