Found April 12, 2013 on
Maybe, if someone threw some balls at the Lakers, they wouldn’t be fighting, just to make the playoffs. Then again, Kobe said he would slap the hell out of any coach that did that.
Sources confirm to me that Eddie Jordan is leaving the Lakers and will be the next coach at Rutgers University. The deal almost complete
— Chick Hernandez (@CHICKatCSN) April 12, 2013
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Eddie Jordan will meet with Rutgers officials over the weekend to try to finalize an agreement.
A person familiar with the situation tells the Associated Press that Eddie Jordan is nearing an agreement with Rutgers to replace Mike Rice as coach.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because Jordan and Rutgers interim athletic director Carl Kirschner are meeting again Sunday to finalize the language in the contract before an announcement can be made. Jordan, an assistant...
by Josh Adams
Dr. John Giannani/cbs.com
While multiple sources and ESPN are reporting that Rutgers University is seeking the services of Lakers assistant coach Eddie Jordan, the name that our sources keep telling us is very much in play is LaSalle head basketball coach Dr. John Giannini.
Dr. John, as he is affectionately known on LaSalle&...
Mike Rice’s loss appears to be Eddie Jordan’s gain.
According to CSN Washington’s Chick Hernandez, Jordan is going to be the next head basketball coach at Rutgers.
The Rutgers job became available after Rice was fired in the wake of practice videos showing his abusive behavior towards his players went viral. There was tremendous backlash for Rice, and both he and athletic...
Los Angeles Lakers assistant and Rutgers alum Eddie Jordan emerged as a leading contender for the head coaching position vacated by Mike Rice last week, sources told ScarletReport.com. Jordan has had a busy career since helping lead Rutgers to a Final Four in 1976 and ScarletReport.com is here to take an in-depth.
The Rutgers Scarlet Knights have hired Eddie Jordan to head up their basketball team after Mike Rice's abusive, embarrassing run at the helm.