With one month to go until the start of training camp, the Los Angeles Lakers are still without a full coaching staff.
Although Byron Scott added Jim Eyen to his staff earlier in August, the purple and gold’s new head coach has decided to let go of Johnny Davis, according to Mark Medina from the L.A. Daily News. Davis was brought in by Mike D’Antoni last summer...
The Lakers said Monday they have hired Kurt Rambis and Johnny Davis as assistants for coach Mike D'Antoni.
Rambis starred for the Lakers during the ''Showtime'' era and has been with the team off and on, either in the front office or on the bench, for the past two decades. He served as an assistant coach from 1994-99, 2001-04 and from 2005-09, helping to guide...
The Los Angeles Lakers announced on Monday that they have hired Kurt Rambis and Johnny Davis as assistant coaches.
Both hires have been expected.
"Kurt and Johnny bring many years of NBA experience both as coaches and as former players to this team,” Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni said in a statement. “Kurt is a great basketball mind, extremely good at working with big men...
The Los Angeles Lakers have hired Kurt Rambis and Johnny Davis as assistant coaches, GM Mitch Kupchak announced on Monday.
The pair will join Lakers assistant coach Dan D'Antoni, who returns from last season, as well as Mark Madsen and Larry Lewis, who were hired earlier as player development coaches.
"Kurt and Johnny bring many years of NBA experience both as coaches...
The Los Angeles Lakers are expected to hire Kurt Rambis as an assistant coach.
Rambis has been an assistant with the Lakers off and on between 1999 and 2009 before becoming head coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Rambis has institutional knowledge of the franchise.
The Lakers are also expected to hire Johnny Davis.
The Toronto Raptors are likely to part with assistant coaches Johnny Davis, Scott Roth and Tom Sterner, according to a report.
Dwyane Casey has yet to formally announce a change, but Popeye Jones and Nick Nurse are expected to join Casey on the Raptors bench next season.
An announcement is expected by Wednesday.
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GAFFNEY, S.C. (February 8, 2012) – To better strengthen its overall program, JD Motorsports will field a second car for the 2012 NASCAR Nationwide Series season.
Johnny Davis, owner of JD Motorsports, will race a No. 4 Chevrolet to double their efforts on the track this season.
Mike Wallace will continue to drive the No. 01 Chevrolet for JD Motorsports...