Florida Atlantic hires Michael Curry as basketball coach

Michael Curry has led a team into the NBA playoffs, served as president of the National Basketball Players Association and spent 11 years playing in the league. And now, Florida Atlantic has lured him back to college. Curry was introduced in Boca Raton, Fla. on Monday night as the Owls' new coach, replacing Mike Jarvis, whose six-year tenure at the school ended at the conclusion...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

Doug Collins has new big time hoops gig at ESPN

The Public has spoken, and ESPN has responded.  Although I’m not sure the viewers are going to approve of the move they made. Fans complained for most of the NBA regular season about the chemistry of the ESPN’s Countdown crew.  The foursome of Michael Wilbon, Magic Johnson, Jalen Rose, and Bill Simmon consistently got gripes from social media about awkward chemistry the crew...
Via BlackSportsOnline
September 07, 2013  |  Discuss

5 Sixer coaching candidates to replace Doug Collins

Doug Collins recently notified team officials that he would not be returning to the sidelines next season, so the Sixers are officially in the market for a new head coach. No, the Sixers’ struggles this season don’t fall solely on the shoulders of Collins. Not only did he have to deal with a serious string of injuries throughout the season, he never actually got to coach the...
Via Around the Arc
April 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Doug Collins Assistant Moves To Northwestern; Colly To Resign When Season Ends

Chris Collins has made another hire at Northwestern, taking on current Sixers assistant Brian James. Though James has been in the national basketball association for 13 years, prior to that he coached Collins in high school. Obviously Collins knows him well and that’s always a plus. James brings extensive knowledge from his national basketball association tour of duty which should...
Via Juiced Sports Blog
April 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Report: Head Coach Doug Collins Informs Sixers He Won’t Return After Season

Philadelphia 76ers head coach Doug Collins has informed the team’s management that he won’t return to finish out the last year of his contract next season. Per Yahoo! Sports, Collins will resign at the end of the 2013 season. While it seems to be the end of coaching on the sidelines for Collins, according to the Yahoo! Sports source, it’s possible that he could return to...
April 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Report: Collins to resign at year's end

Despite having a year left on his contract, Doug Collins will reportedly walk away from the 76ers at the end of the season. 

Via Next Impulse Sports
April 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Doug Collins’ rant is a sign that his tenure in Philly is coming to an end

It is year three of the Doug Collins era with the Philadelphia 76ers. That usually spells doom for Collins. The overbearing head coach has never lasted more than three seasons anywhere he has coached. In fact, Collins hasn’t coached three full seasons since leading to the Bulls to a Eastern Conference Finals loss to the Pistons in 1988. Granted, the 76ers have had to deal with...
Via The Victory Formation
February 27, 2013  |  Discuss

76ers coach Doug Collins offers to buy Big Macs for fans after team fails to score 100 points

Back on Friday Night, the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Atlanta Hawks by the score of 99-80 and the ending to the game caused much a stir with some 76ers fans.In case you didn't know, if the 76ers score 100 points during a home game, each fan in attendance gets a coupon for a free McDonald's Big Mac.With less than twenty-four seconds to play, many Philly fans tried to urge...
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
December 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Doug Collins owes Big Macs to over 18,000 76ers fans

Doug Collins was in a tough spot on Friday night, and he ended up committing to providing Big Macs for over 18,000 76ers fans as a result. The Sixers, like many other basketball teams, have a promotion where fans in attendance for home games receive a free Big Mac if Philly scores over 100 points in a game. The Sixers were up 99-80 on the Atlanta Hawks with about 24 seconds left...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 22, 2012  |  3 Comments

Doug Collins Refers To Nick Young As “Swaggy”

Doug Collins and Nick Young have two of the most prevailing reputations in all of basketball.  Collins has long been known as an oldschool, no-nonsense type of guy who takes a very serious, highly disciplined approach to his job.  He’s regarded by players as a hard ass; the Red Foreman of coaching, if you will. Nick Young, on the other hand, will forever be remembered as a detrimental...
Via NBA 24/7 365
November 19, 2012  |  Discuss

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