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Jerry Sloan could return to the Utah Jazz as a consultant, two years after he resigned as coach.
"If there’s something out there that’s right for both parties, we would welcome a relationship with Jerry," Jazz president Randy Rigby said. "The Utah Jazz have great love and respect for him."
Sloan wouldn’t want to be seen as getting in the way of Tyrone Corbin.
"When we talked about getting him seats to the games, he was very sensitive about where they were located," Rigby said. "He didn’t want to be too close to the floor. He did not want to portray to Tyrone that he was interfering. That speaks volumes about Jerry Sloan, that he’s sensitive to something like that."
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Coaching legend Jerry Sloan has turned down the Milwaukee Bucks, saying through his agent that he’s not looking for a rebuilding project, but will continue to keep his ears open for the right job. Blah blah, old hat. Above, that’s Jerry trying to split a double team of Wilt Chamberlain and one of the Grateful Dead. I love these old pictures of Jerry. He just looks like the toughest...
Jerry Sloan is not interested in taking the Milwaukee Bucks’ vacant head coaching position.
Sloan met with Bucks officials last week.
"The bottom line is, Jerry doesn't really feel it's the right fit for him right now," Keith Glass, Sloan’s agent, said on Thursday. "He's interested (in coaching again). He's in Chicago now watching the Pre-Draft...
Jerry Sloan has told the Milwaukee Bucks that he is not interested in their head coaching vacancy, according to a report by NBA.com.
Sloan confirmed to FOX Sports on Monday that Milwaukee general manager John Hammond came last week to his farm outside McLeansboro, Ill., along with assistant general manager Jeff Weltman and director of scouting Billy McKinney.
When asked by FOX...