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According to Jude LaCava of Fox 10, Alvin Gentry is no longer the head coach of the Phoenix Suns.
It’s been confirmed by Arizona Sports 620′s John Gambadoro.
The Suns lost 98-94 to the Milwaukee Bucks at US Airways Center Thursday night. The defeat, their fourth straight at home, dropped the Suns’ record to a Western Conference-worst 13-28.
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PHOENIX -- Alvin Gentry is out as the Phoenix Suns coach.
The news was first reported Friday morning by FOX 10 sports anchor Jude LaCava and was confirmed by the Suns shortly afterward, who said an interim head coach would be named within 48 hours. Immediate speculation centered on assistant coach Elston Turner and player development assistant Lindsey Hunter.
The Suns issued a...
The Phoenix Suns say the team and coach Alvin Gentry have ''mutually agreed to part ways.''
Gentry had coached the Suns since replacing the fired Terry Porter at the All-Star break of the 2008-09 season, compiling a 158-144 record. His 2010 squad, led by Steve Nash, advanced to the Western Conference finals.
But Nash left and the team underwent what has been a disastrous...
PHOENIX So, Alvin Gentry and the Phoenix Suns have come to the shared conclusion that someone else should coach this struggling NBA team.
Examining this opinion from the perspective of Gentry, whos been the teams head coach since February 2009, is something were going to skip.
Instead, our expected task should be deciding how we feel about the Suns portion of this mutually pondered...
The Phoenix Suns concluded on Friday morning, that the losing streak that engulfed the club, had to end. They decided that the best way to remedy the situation, would be a new voice in the locker room, so according to a report from the “Arizona Republic,” they fired veteran head coach Alvin Gentry. The Suns lost at home to the Milwaukee Bucks Thursday night, pretty much sealing...
The Phoenix Suns have parted ways with head coach Alvin Gentry after the team posted its worst first-half record in over 25 years (13-28). The Suns released a report stating that the two sides have agreed to mutually part ways after 4 plus seasons as their coach. They’re expected to name an interim coach over [...]The post Dommermuth: Why Suns Management is Clueless appeared first...
The Suns tried to slide this in and thought no one would notice.
After firing of Alvin Gentry today, top candidates to become Suns interim coach: assistants Elston Turner and Lindsey Hunter, sources say.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) January 18, 2013
The franchise is mired in a post Nash morass.
Add Alvin Gentry to the pile of discarded NBA coaches this season. Gentry was let go on Friday morning. The Suns current record was 13-28 and the team has only won two of their last 15 games including a loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Thursday. During Gentry’s time with the team his overall record was 335-370. He became the interim head coach in 2009 after Terry Porter was fired...
The Phoenix Suns have started the 2012-2013 season 13-28 after losing MVP point guard Steve Nash to the Los Angeles Lakers in the off season. The Suns were hoping the additions of Michael Beasley and Goran Dragic would at least help them stay around the .500 mark. With the [...]
BOSTON — Bad teams seldom have sterling chemistry, but there are levels of disgust. The Charlotte Bobcats, for instance, have hung tough as their promising start has turned into another lottery-bound season. Celtics coach Doc Rivers summed up the general consensus among opposing coaches earlier this week when he marveled at the Bobcats’ resilience, saying: “They just keep playing...
The Phoenix Suns picked player development director Lindsey
Hunter as interim coach, two days after the team parted ways with
PHOENIX Further evidence of a troubled Phoenix Suns season arrived at U.S. Airways Center on Thursday night when the home team couldn't even defeat the Milwaukee Bucks.
OK, so the Bucks (20-18) are pretty decent, by Eastern Conference standards. But we're looking at their slouching in historical context, which tells us that some form of Suns voodoo was preventing the Bucks...
When head coach Alvin Gentry and the Suns parted ways Friday, Phoenix center Marcin Gortat took to Twitter to thank him for all the opportunities he was given through the 3 years they spent together, but it didn’t take long before Gortat was already making a case for former Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy to come to Phoenix: