The Phoenix Suns own the worst record in the Western Conference, so they're hoping a coaching change can provide a jolt.
The Sacramento Kings aren't much better, and their potential changes include packing their bags.
Lindsey Hunter will make his coaching debut as the Suns attempt to win for just the third time in over a month Wednesday night when they visit the Kings.
Phoenix (13-28) seems to be on its way to a third consecutive season out of the playoffs after losing 13 of 15 since a season-high four-game winning streak, falling to the bottom of the West.
Those woes continued with Thursday's 98-94 loss to Milwaukee, a defeat that resulted in coach Alvin Gentry and the club mutually agreeing to part ways.
That was the initial move in a shakeup that also has seemingly led to the departure of assistants Dan Majerle and Elston Turner, who were among those interviewed to replace Gentry.
Instead, it'll be Hunter - the team's player development director - at the helm for the remain...