Jeff Hornacek has agreed to terms on a three-year deal with the Phoenix Suns to become their new head coach. Hornacek, who was drafted by the team forty-sixth overall in the 1986 draft and spent six seasons with the franchise, will sign the contract by Monday morning.
According to Paul Coro, Arizona Republic:
Jeff Hornacek agreed to terms with the Suns to become their new head coach and will sign the three-year contract by Monday morning.
The Suns quickly acted after impressive interviews from Hornacek, the popular former Suns player who has been an assistant coach for Utah. He was interviewed in Charlotte for its head coaching job and Philadelphia also was interested in him.