The Utah Jazz will honor Jerry Sloan in a special halftime ceremony when the Jazz hosts the Golden State Warriors on Jan. 31, 2014.
“On behalf of the Jazz organization and Miller Family, I am thrilled to announce our plans to retire a jersey and celebrate the enduring legacy of Jerry Sloan, one of the greatest and most respected coaches in NBA history,” said Steve Miller...
TOO LITTLE TOO LATE
Jazz CEO Greg Miller met with Salt Lake City media on Tuesday to clear the record on just what happened when Jerry Sloan abruptly resigned as head coach in 2011.
Utah Jazz CEO Greg Miller says he pleaded with Jerry Sloan not to quit mid-season two years ago, but that the longtime head coach couldn't be talked out of it.
Miller spoke Tuesday for the first time about what happened behind closed doors during the final game of Sloan's 23-year run as Jazz coach in February 2011. Sloan recently returned to the team as a consultant.
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June 25, 2013
Jerry Sloan could return to the Utah Jazz as a consultant, two years after he resigned as coach.
"If there’s something out there that’s right for both parties, we would welcome a relationship with Jerry," Jazz president Randy Rigby said. "The Utah Jazz have great love and respect for him."
Sloan wouldn’t want to be seen as getting in the way of Tyrone Corbin...
BACK FOR MORE
Coaching legend Jerry Sloan has not taken any offers since leaving the Jazz but that can be changing as there is reportedly mutual interest with Milwaukee.
JAZZ IT UP
Rumors are beginning to swirl that Lakers coach Mike Brown's hold on his job might be tenuous at best and that Utah coaching legend Jerry Sloan could be his replacement.
Coaches never really seem to retire. Even when they say they’re done coaching, teams will still be offering jobs, at least to the good ones. Former Utah Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan is definitely one of the good ones. Sloan retired last year after 23 years with the Jazz. The 70-year-old is the NBA’s third-winningest coach all time, and it looks like he may want to add a few...
CHARLOTTE—A decade and a half after being defeated in back-to-back NBA Finals by Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, former Utah Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan will finally have an opportunity to set in motion his dark and perverse fantasy to get even with his nemesis after accepting an invite to interview with the Jordan-owned Bobcats today.
Sloan has harbored unhealthy...
PUT ME IN COACH
Jerry Sloan is scheduled to interview with the Bobcats about their coaching vacancy. The seasoned coach took the year off.
THANKS FOR NOTHING
You'd think a franchise's most famous player could stop by the arena and watch a game whenever he would like. Not in Utah, apparently.