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The Charlotte Bobcats are trying to come closer to a decision on their new head coach for the 2012-2013 NBA season. After a devastating season for them this year they lost their head coach and now are on a mission to get to a better record than they've had the past 2 years. A previous option Jerry Sloan has recently stated
that he has "dropped out" of the race for the position. The other two candidates are the Indiana Pacers assistant coach Brian Shaw, and the Lakers assistant coach Quin Snyder. The Bobcats president was quoted saying, "they are impressive candidates." So hopefully the Bobcats will see an improvement in the incoming season, and lets all hope they make the right decision.
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Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan reportedly pulled out of the race to become the next coach of the Charlotte Bobcats on Thursday.
"I took myself out [Thursday]," Sloan told SI.com. "I don't want to comment on it because it's never profitable for anybody. It just makes it sound like you're making a statement about someone. But they were wonderful and there...
Jerry sloan has withdrawn his name from consideration for the head coaching position of the Charlotte Bobcats.
In the past weeks, more rumors have been swirling that the Charlotte Bobcats are wanting to deal the #2 pick mainly because they realize they need more than a talented rookie to help their roster thrive. Eye On Basketball is reporting that Oklahoma City Thunder’s James Harden has been mentioned, which is rational given the [...]
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- A person familiar with the situation told the Associated Press that Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan has pulled himself out of the running for the Bobcats head coaching job.
The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the coaching search.
Sloan informed the Bobcats of his decision Thursday.
Charlotte settled on three...
Former Utah Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan has withdrawn his name from consideration for the head coaching vacancy with the Charlotte Bobcats, Sports Illustrated reported Thursday. The other two candidates for the job reportedly are Indiana Pacers assistant Brian Shaw and Los Angeles Lakers assistant Quin Snyder. Shaw is also a candidate for the Orlando Magic head coaching position...
The Bobcats will have two important workouts in the coming week, which will almost certainly help determine their direction with the No. 2 overall pick.
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So recently the Charlotte Bobcats have been looking at trading their second overall pick for some decent to good players considering their terrible record last year. I believe that they would be better off...
The Bobcats are down to three candidates for their open head-coaching position and should make a hire in time for the new coach to participate in the final leg of draft preparations. A 10-candidate list has been whittled to three finalists: Former Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan, Indiana Pacers assistant Brian Shaw and Los Angeles Lakers assistant Quin Snyder. Among those eliminated...
Jerry Sloan has withdrawn his name from the Bobcats' coaching search and it appears that the Bobcats have narrowed their decision down to veteran assistant coach Brian Shaw and former Missouri head coach, and Lakers assistant, Quinn Snyder.
The Bobcats' coaching position could be the first to fall among the three teams with coaching decisions to make this summer. But it...
Charlotte Bobcats president of basketball operations Rod Higgins said Friday the team is getting closer to make a decision on their next head coach, but no one has been offered the job.
Higgins said two finalists for the job - Indiana Pacers assistant coach Brian Shaw and Los Angeles Lakers assistant coach Quin Snyder - had a second round of interviews this week that included Bobcats...