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Jerry Sloan is ready to return to coaching.
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Recently retired NBA coaching legend Jerry Sloan admitted that now that the Magic have a coaching vacancy, he finds the possibility of taking over as coach "very intriguing."
Sometimes you can take the man out of basketball; however you might not be able to remove the basketball from the man. After sitting on the sidelines for the last 15 months; former Utah Jazz bench boss Jerry Sloan told “The Salt Lake Tribune” that he has started to explore options that could lead to his return as a head coach in the Association. Sloan told the paper that he...
Jerry Sloan resigned as the Utah Jazz’s head coach way back in February 2011 because of rumored rift between then point guard, Deron Williams. After over a year of rest, Sloan is seemingly ready to jump back into the saddle.
Sloan is so ready that he’s reportedly interested in every open head coaching job not in the city of Portland. But who knows, he’s probably interested...
Jerry Sloan wants to coach again and is interested in the vacancies with the Charlotte Bobcats and Orlando Magic, according to a Salt Lake Tribune report. Sloan, who resigned during the 2011 season after 23 seasons with the Utah Jazz, told the paper that he has spoken to Bobcats owner Michael Jordan, and could meet with him this week. On Tuesday, Sloan told Fox Sports Florida...
Jerry Sloan once coached temperamental star Karl Malone for 15 years. Perhaps his next challenge could be another such guy in Dwight Howard.
Sloan told FOX Sports Florida on Tuesday he has interest in the Orlando Magic job, which became open Monday when Stan Van Gundy was fired.
Yes, I think so, Sloan said from his farm in McLeansboro, Ill., about his interest. It would be very...