Found May 07, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
Longtime NBA assistant Michael Malone could get his first shot as a head coach, as the Golden State Warriors have given the Charlotte Bobcats permission to interview their assistant coach for the team's vacant head coaching position. Malone has been in the NBA since 2001, when he was hired as a coaching associate with the Knicks. He was promoted to assistant coach in May 2003. After four seasons in New York, Malone moved on to Cleveland, where he spent five seasons as an assistant with the Cavaliers, including the team's Eastern Conference championship season in 2007. Malone was hired in Golden State after spending one year in New Orleans. The Warriors were 23-43 this past season under head coach Mark Jackson, finishing fourth in the Pacific Division. Charlotte has been without a coach for a week, since announcing that former head coach Paul Silas would not get a new contract. The Bobcats, who finished the lockout-shortened 2011-12 season with the worst winning percen...

Patrick Ewing and the Bobcats are a bad fit

Charlotte Bobcats’ owner Michael Jordan is interviewing Patrick Ewing for the Bobcats’ head coaching position? Say it ain’t so Patrick! I know Ewing wants to coach but even he shouldn’t be desperate enough to want that job.But if Jordan does offer Ewing the job and he takes it, I hope he knows what he’s getting into. There is very little talent on this team and there isn’t...

Charlotte Bobcats Craigslist Posting

Who wants to coach the least talented, least profitable team in the NBA? Who wants to assume command of a squad coming off of what many consider to be the worst campaign in league history? And who wants to attempt to do this in the shadow of an inept, micro-managing former great? Patrick Ewing does, for starters. He must’ve seen their Craigslist posting.

Numbers prove Charlotte Bobcats one of the worst teams in history of NBA

There is truly no word to describe how awful the Charlotte Bobcats were this season. That’s why you heard all the jokes around March Madness that Kentucky could beat the Bobcats. As the numbers will prove the Bobcats where one of the worst teams in the history of the NBA. The only hope for the Bobcats is to win the lottery and get Kentucky’s Anthony Davis. Who would...

Report: Bobcats to interview Ewing

The Charlotte Bobcats will interview Orlando Magic assistant Patrick Ewing for their vacant head-coaching job, Yahoo! Sports reported, citing sources. The meeting is expected to take place once the Magic's run in the playoffs is over. That could come as early as Tuesday night, with the Pacers holding a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series going into Game 5. The Hall of Fame...

Bobcats GM Higgins Narrows Coaching Search Down to “Somebody Who Wants to Win” (Part 1 of Blogcat’s Season Recap)

Last week, the Bobcats decided not to bring back Coach Paul Silas for the 2012-2013 season.  Though it should be noted that they’re keeping him on as a consultant, which—given this team—is arguably a crueler thing to do than simply firing him.  Anyway, the search is now on for his replacement.  Besides the qualities mentioned [...]

Ernst & Young Erroneously Gives Bynum Vote To Bogut

Andrew Bogut mistakenly was credited for a vote that was intended for Andrew Bynum.

Bobcats To Interview Mike Malone

Mike Malone made $750,000 as Golden State's assistant coach last season after being the runner-up to Mark Jackson.

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