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ESPN's Jeff Van Gundy spent an hour on a conference call with members of the media to break down the upcoming NBA Finals between the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat. Jeff will be working alongside Mike Breen calling the Finals on ESPN/ABC.
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While doing a conference call with reporters Tuesday about ABCs coverage of the NBA Finals between the Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs, analyst Jeff Van Gundy was asked about his name being mentioned for the Clippers job opening.
Van Gundy didnt say if he was interested, not interested or where things stood with the Clippers, but said the Clipper job in general is a great job....
The list of Clippers coaching candidates continues to narrow, according to a Monday report from Yahoo! Sports.
In the the report, the teams discussions with Jeff Van Gundy have stalled after multiple talks, and Van Gundy is not considered a serious candidate for the position. With his name effectively off the list, along with that of Mike Malone, who took the Kings job over the...
Jeff Van Gundy is no longer a candidate to become the next head coach of the Los Angeles Clippers.
Van Gundy spoke with the Clippers on multiple occasions, but those talks have become dormant.
Van Gundy has had success in broadcasting since last coaching in the NBA with the Houston Rockets.
Jeff Van Gundy said Tuesday that the Clipper job in general is a great job. But according to several NBA executives who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter, the former NBA coach and current ESPN analyst is out of the running for the job, but Brian Shaw is not.
In fact, Shaw, the associate head coach of the Indiana Pacers, has gained momentum in becoming the leading...
Now that the NBA Conference Finals are complete, ESPN and ABC are set the for NBA Finals which begin Thursday night on ABC. Mike Breen will call the action along side Jeff Van Gundy and reporter Doris Burke. former referee Steve Javie will be courtside throughout the series to offer insights. All games will be