John Wall won’t be paying up for his turnovers after all. Before the season, Wall divulged that as incentive for limiting his turnovers, Wall would pay assistant coach Howard Eisley $100 for every game he turned the ball over three or more times. However, the NBA heard about it and stepped in. “They squashed that early in the season,” Wall told CSNmidatlantic.com on Friday...
David Aldridge reported earlier today that the Washington Wizards have hired, or agreed to hire former NBA combo guard Howard Eisley to take over Sam Cassell’s spot on the coaching staff. If you’re old enough, you’ll remember Eisley as part of the late 90s Utah Jazz teams where he was the consummate backup point guard […] The post Why Howard Eisley is a good fit for Wizards...
The Washington Wizards will hire Howard Eisley as an assistant coach. Eisley has worked in the Los Angeles Clippers' organization since 2010.
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