Found May 01, 2013 on RealGM:
Elston Turner will interview with the Charlotte Bobcats for their head coaching vacancy. The Bobcats fired Mike Dunlap this offseason after one season. Turner interviewed for the Portland Trail Blazers' vacancy last offseason. Turner is a longtime assistant coach and most recently was an assistant with the Phoenix suns before stepping down in January.

Who Will Coach the Charlotte Bobcats in 2013?

Well, that was quick. Mike Dunlap is one and done as the head coach of the Charlotte Bobcats after a disastrous season. He did have some potential, but it was in flashes and overall you’d have to admit he just wasn’t hacking it. However, if Dunlap can get dropped after one abysmal year, Bobcats fans [...]

Bobcats Request Permission To Interview Kelvin Sampson

The Charlotte Bobcats have requested permission from the Houston Rockets to interview Kelvin Sampson for their head coaching vacancy. Sampson has been an assistant coach with the Rockets since 2011. Sampson was a head coach at Washington, Oklahoma and Indiana. After stepping down at Indiana amid scandal, Sampson has become a well respected assistant in the NBA.

Bobcats Ask Permission to Speak With Rocket’s Assistant Kelvin Sampson

The Charlotte Bobcats and Michael Jordan are interviewing candidates for their head coaching position. It turns out that they have asked permission to speak with former Indiana Hoosier coach Kelvin Sampson. And I guess, while they have asked permission, Kelvin isn’t likely to land in Charlotte because he’s being lobbied for better openings across the league. What? Are you serious...
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