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Report: Tom Thibodeau has 'always wanted' Knicks job

The New York Knicks are suddenly in the market for a head coach after Monday’s startling firing of Derek Fisher. Fortunately, the right man for the job may have some serious interest. According to a report by Ian O’Connor of ESPN on Monday, the Knicks are the job former Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau has “always wanted” and that he “would crawl to Madison Square Garden...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Spurs foul Rockets player out of bounds

Last week, we shared the story of the Houston Rockets fouling Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond 12 straight times to start the second half. Well, on Wednesday night against the Spurs in San Antonio, the Rockets found themselves on the receiving end of the “Hack-A-_” strategy, in another ridiculous way. Watch the Spurs foul the Rockets’ Clint Capela WHILE HE IS STANDING...
Via The Comeback
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Jackson, Jeff Van Gundy Call Out Use Of Unnamed Sources

Mark Jackson and Jeff Van Gundy spoke at length in the second quarter of Saturday's game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls about the firing of David Blatt and how it's aftermath was written by the media. "Just to go back, saying 'LeBron James never accepted (Blatt)', I don't think that's fair. I think that's speculation. "What's been documented, it's not fair to David...
Via RealGM
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Warriors survive intense double-OT battle with Celtics

The Golden State Warriors headed into Friday’s game at Boston with a perfect 23-0 record, but the Celtics seemed like a challenging obstacle in their quest to stay unbeaten, with the likes of Jeff Van Gundy predicting the streak would end there. That obstacle got even higher with the news that star shooting guard Klay Thompson wouldn’t be available thanks to a sprained ankle...
Via Crossover Chronicles
December 11, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Van Gundy blasts Dallas fans for booing Jordan, cheering Hardy

Announcer Jeff Van Gundy pointed out on Wednesday what he believes is a poor example set by Dallas sports fans. On Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Clippers visited the Dallas Mavericks for the first time since DeAndre Jordan reneged on his decision to join the Mavericks in favor of a return to the Clippers. The...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Jeff Van Gundy a candidate for Pelicans job

Vincent Frank It has been nearly a decade since Jeff Van Gundy roamed an NBA bench as a head coach. Since his last stint as the Houston Rockets coach back in 2006-07, Van Gundy has been calling games for ESPN/ABC. That might change this upcoming season. According to ESPN’s Marc Stein: “Jeff Van Gundy has emerged as a candidate for the New Orleans Pelicans’ head-coaching...
Via Sportsnaut
May 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Jeff Van Gundy 'heartbroken' that Rihanna didn't know who he was (Video)

ESPN NBA broadcaster Jeff Van Gundy was "heartbroken" that pop star Rihanna didn't know who he was before halftime of Thursday night's broadcast of Game 6 between the Oklahoma City Thunder and L.A. Clippers.Van Gundy set himself up for heartache when he jokingly suggested in the first half that Rihanna was stalking him, which may be due to her frequent appearances in the front row...
Via Holdout Sports
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Jeff Van Gundy bummed Rihanna is not stalking him

Rihanna has been spotted at a number of NBA playoff games recently, many of which have been broadcast on ESPN/ABC. As a result, Jeff Van Gundy joked during the first half of Game 6 between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night that Rihanna may be stalking him. Sideline reporter Lisa […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Jeff Van Gundy: NBA doesn't like officiating comments

NBA officiating is often in the news and part of the public discussion, especially around playoff time. Even a novice basketball fan like myself can see that the the refs are under fire in the lightest of situations. Names like Joey Crawford become as popular as Dwight Howard in April, May and June, and that’s a shame. You may have seen Crawford directly influence a playoff game...
Via Awful Announcing
April 30, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jeff Van Gundy thinks camera is off, sits down too early

Let’s be honest folks, we all have had issues with timing in our lifetimes and the only problems for ESPN NBA color analyst Jeff Van Gundy was that his bad timing happened on live television. As the duo of Mike Breen and Van Gundy were introducing the telecast, Van Gundy attempted to sit down thinking that the camera had cut away. Only problem was that it didn’t cut away and...
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
November 22, 2013  |  Discuss

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