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The Brooklyn Nets have received permission from the Indiana Pacers to interview Brian Shaw.
Shaw has emerged as the Nets' top target.
Billy King is expected to speak with Shaw in the coming days and a formal offer could be forthcoming.
King has done extensive due diligence on Shaw over the past few weeks.
Shaw was a popular choice to replace Phil Jackson as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers in 2011.
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Indiana Pacers assistant coach Brian Shaw has emerged as the Clippers top choice to fill the head coach vacancy. And, the feeling is mutual, as The Detroit News reported earlier this week that Shaw is ”holding out for the Clippers’ job.” Now that the Pacers have been eliminated from the playoffs, Shaw has permission to interview with NBA teams about head coaching positions...
Indiana Pacers assistant coach Brian Shaw has garnered significant attention from teams in need of a new head coach over the past few seasons. He’s turned down offers in the past – including the opportunity to coach the Charlotte Bobcats –in hopes of joining a contender. He could have an opportunity to do just that this summer, and Vincent Goodwill of The Detroit News reports...
Brian Shaw is the most dynamic coaching candidate on the market, and that’s why the Pistons must make him their top priority. (LoftRat, Flickr)
During the process to select the Detroit Pistons’ successor to Lawrence Frank, I’ve reported the news but haven’t taken a stance. As the search nears a close, it’s time to name Brian Shaw as my horse in the race.
Coming off a few...
Brian Shaw is proving to be far more desirable now than he ever was in his playing days. Although Shaw could only be described as a journeyman over 14 seasons in the NBA, he is shaping up to be one of this summer’s hottest free agents.
Shaw is at the top of the list to fill coaching vacancies with the Nets and Clippers, according to multiple reports. The Nets reportedly have Shaw...
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...
The Brooklyn Nets have identified Brian Shaw as a leading candidate to become their next head coach.
Shaw is currently an assistant coach with the Indiana Pacers.
Shaw has been a strong candidate for several head coaching vacancies in recent seasons.
According to ESPN Los Angeles, current Indiana Pacers assistant coach Brian Shaw could have a nice full-time head coaching job soon. After the Pacers got bounced in seven games in [...]
The Brooklyn Nets reportedly have serious interest in Pacers assistant, Brian Shaw, who Paul George credited for his breakout season, as their next head coach. The Nets have also contacted Memphis’ Lionel Hollins and ESPN analyst, Jeff Van Gundy, about their coaching vacancy.
According to ESPN:
Indiana Pacers assistant coach Brian Shaw is a serious target for the Brooklyn Nets...
Pacers Assistant Coach Brian Shaw: “Ball don’t lie.”(Photo: hoopsfix.com)
It was game two of the Eastern Conference Finals. Pacers assistant coach Brian Shaw, unhappy with the ruling of the officials, sat on the bench repeating these words…
“Ball don’t lie.”
And loud enough to get a technical for it.
Those words should stay with the Pacers over the summer months and...
Brian Shaw will interview with the Los Angeles Clippers for their head coaching vacancy as soon as Monday.
Shaw and George Karl are the Clippers top two choices.
The Clippers spoke with Lionel Hollins on Thursday and he remains a candidate.
Karl was relieved of his duties as head coach of the Denver Nuggets on Thursday. The Clippers had been monitoring the situation and had preliminary...
Pacers coach Frank Vogel is already resigned to making one change next season: Finding a replacement for associate coach Brian Shaw.
Less than 48 hours after being ousted by Miami in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals, Vogel told reporters he'd like to keep as many faces around from this year's team as possible. He is virtually certain Shaw will get a head coaching...