Found June 03, 2013 on NESN.com:
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As many of the open coaching positions in the NBA begin to be filled, the chances become slimmer that Jerry Sloan will find himself back on a bench anytime soon. But he could still make his return to the league in an as-yet unspecified role. Sloan, who abruptly resigned in 2011 in his 23rd season as head coach of the Utah Jazz, could be coming back to the organization. The team has had a preliminary discussion with Sloan about a return, the Deseret News reports, although it is not clear what his job would be. It sounds fairly certain that current head coach Tyrone Corbin‘s job is safe, though. “That’s a situation that’s strictly up to Ty or somebody in the Jazz organization,” Sloan told the Deseret News’ Jody Genessy. “If they want me around, fine. If they don’t, [fine]. They’d talked to me a little bit about it a little earlier.” Sloan attended the Jazz’s predraft workout in Salt Lake City and accompanied Corbin and a few members of the front office to the draft combine in Chicago....
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