Found June 13, 2013 on
No matter what your goals may be, you can learn from Lawrence Frank.
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Is Lawrence Frank the best available successor? The "Doc Rivers might not be coming back" rumblings just won't go away, and now ESPN's Chris Broussard has got us thinking it could be more reality than rumor. With that in mind, here are some names of potential coaches the Celtics may want to consider if Doc actually does calls it quit. I see three different...
I guess we’re going to see how much of an ego Lawrence Frank has.
According to a story via Mike Mazzeo of ESPN, newly-appointed Brooklyn Nets head coach Jason Kidd, has reached out to his former coach to serve as his assistant. Frank was fired by the Detroit Pistons earlier in the year after a disappointing tenure with the team, and is currently at home looking after his wife...
Jason Kidd offered Lawrence Frank the opportunity to be part of his staff with the Brooklyn Nets.
"The invitation is out there, so it's up to him," Kidd said Friday.
"He's in a special situation. He's at home, his wife is sick, so I understand coming off of coaching [the Detroit Pistons] and [possibly] wanting a year off with his family, so I respect that...
Although the Phoenix Suns havent made any formal announcements, it has been reported that three additions to coach Jeff Hornaceks staff have been made.
The most familiar name is former Suns center and Hornacek teammate Mark West, who moves to coaching assistant from the role of vice president of player programs.
Another familiar name -- for other reasons -- is Roy Rogers. Rogers...
After coaching stints with the Philadelphia 76ers and Portland Trail Blazers, Maurice Cheeks is getting a third shot as an NBA head coach. For the past four seasons, he was an assistant in Oklahoma City. The team announced Monday that Cheeks has agreed to take over the responsibilities of Lawrence Frank.
“After spending some time with Maurice, I was very impressed not only with...