The Golden State Warriors have added Jarron Collins to their coaching staff.
Collins, who was a Los Angeles Clippers' scout last season, has Stanford ties to Warriors co-owner Joe Lacob and played for the Phoenix Suns when Kerr was their general manager in 2009-10.
Alvin Gentry, Ron Adams and Luke Walton were already added to the Warriors staff.
Jason Collins became the NBA's first active openly gay player Sunday, signing a 10-day contract with the Brooklyn Nets.
Collins will join the Nets for their game Sunday night in Los Angeles against the Lakers. The 35-year-old center revealed at the end of last season he is gay, but he was a free agent and had remained unsigned.
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Civil rights history will be made Sunday. And if not Sunday, shortly thereafter.
The Nets plan to sign Jason Collins on Sunday, Ramona Shelburne of ESPN Los Angeles reports, and he should be eligible to play in Brooklyn's game against the Lakers on Sunday night. This will make Collins the first openly gay athlete in a major male American sport -- NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL.