Found April 05, 2013 on Crossover Chronicles:
Frank is a New Jersey native, so the Rutgers' job is a reasonable one for him to consider   After the recent events and news coming out of the Rutgers (NJ) men's basketball program -- the former coach, Mike Rice, was found to use physical and verbal abuse to punish and scold his players -- the never-ending NCAA basketball coaching wheel has found itself churning yet again, spurting out possible replacements for Rice, whom the university fired shortly after ESPN aired the damning video. As a Teaneck, N.J. native, it was only a matter of time until Lawrence Frank, the current coach of the 25-51 Detroit Pistons, was brought up into discussion as a potential candidate for the job. It makes sense at why Frank would at least consider taking the Rutgers job as he is from the northern New Jersey area, he coached the Nets (then based in northern New Jersey) for six years, and has been pretty unsuccessful in his one-plus seasons at the helm of Detroit...
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