Found January 08, 2012 on
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Jerry Sloan is a legend. After so many years in the NBA, at some point you’re in it so long, it’s impossible to walk away. And it would appear that after a year of being away from the game, Sloan is re-engaged and ready to get back on the horse. From SI.com: So as the…
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Basketball teams in need of new leadership can consider another option as head coach: Jerry Sloan. In comments made to SI’s Sam Amick, Sloan made it clear that he’s willing to hear coaching offers.
“I think if the right situation came along, whatever that is,” he said before pausing to ponder. “I don’t know what the right situation is. We’ll have to wait and see, I...
Jerry Sloan coached in the NBA for 23 seasons and racked up 1,221 wins.
Jerry Sloan's departure from the Utah Jazz last February was abrupt, and not just because it happened in the middle of the season or what appeared to be a falling out with the culture of the modern NBA. Sloan, more than any other coach save Tom Thibodeau (maybe), seemed to experience basketball as part of his soul. It's still tough to imagine him apart from the sport, in...
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Jerry Sloan is too good, too respected, to start his own coaching campaign.