Found June 15, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
Jerry Sloan has withdrawn his name from the Bobcats' coaching search and it appears that the Bobcats have narrowed their decision down to veteran assistant coach Brian Shaw and former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 also appears that they are last in line with many believing, and Sam Amick of Sports Illustrated reporting, that Shaw prefers potential jobs in Orlando and Portland to be better than Charlotte. Michael Jordan might have to wait until the Magic make their general manager decision, expected some time early next week, or the Trail Blazers name their new coach before he gets his man. Snyder's name as a finalist goes to his meteoric rise in NBA circles. Snyder fit in well in his first year with the Lakers as an assistant coach under Mike Brown. He quickly took to the NBA's pick and roll schemes and con...
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