The Los Angeles Clippers have restructured their front office in the wake of the Donald Sterling scandal and a disappointing playoff exit. The Clippers may also be looking to add Lawrence Frank to the coaching staff per the LA Times:Wiki Commons"The team will also be looking to hire another assistant coach, according to several NBA executives who were not authorized to speak publicly...
According to the LA Times, former Celtics coach Doc Rivers is doing a bit of organizational restructuring with his new team. Due to this restructuring, there will now be a vacancy at the assistant coaching position for the Los Angeles Clippers, in addition to the possibility that either of Doc's other current assistants could be hired elsewhere:Rivers has a new title — president...
The Los Angeles Clippers are considering hiring Lawrence Frank as an assistant coach.
Frank was the lead assistant coach for the Brooklyn Nets at the start of last season until he was reassigned.
Frank has five seasons and $5 million remaining on his contract and any salary they pay him would be "offset" by what he's still owed by the Nets.
Frank and Doc Rivers previously worked...
Details from the fallout between Jason Kidd and former lead assistant Lawrence Frank have emerged. Kidd reportedly blew up on Frank in a coaches meeting in a profanity-driven blast, which included ordering Frank to “not f—ing move” when on the bench during games. Frank was very vocal and interactive early in the season, and that trend drastically diminished as the season moved...
Some intrepid NBA fan has put together a blog titled “Lawrence Frank‘s Daily Reports,” and they are exquisite.
The fake reports, by an author going by the ousted Nets assistant’s name, perfectly sum up a season that has devolved into self-parody. In case you missed the latest coaching-related debacle in Brooklyn, Frank was “reassigned” by head coach Jason Kidd, who cited...
Lawrence Frank is in the process of gathering a “high-powered” legal counsel, likely to settle a buyout with the Brooklyn Nets.
Frank signed a six-year, roughly $6 million deal with the Nets in the offseason to be Jason Kidd's lead assistant coach.
Frank was reassigned to "daily reports" and no game or practice presense on Tuesday.
Kidd cited different philosophies in the split.
December 04, 2013
Brooklyn Nets assistant coach Lawrence Frank was demoted on Tuesday by Jason Kidd. As a result, Frank will no longer be on the bench during games and will not be coaching during team practices. Instead, Kidd has assigned him to providing daily reports. Last month, word surfaced that Kidd and Frank were having friction. Frank […]
Jason Kidd and the Brooklyn Nets announced the demotion of Lawrence Frank from his role as Kidd’s top assistant coach on Tuesday evening. Instead of sitting courtside with the coaching staff and helping lead team practices, Frank will be filing daily reports about the team for Kidd’s review. Reporters asked coach Kidd about the reason for the change during Tuesday’s press conference...
The disappointing Brooklyn Nets have shaken up their coaching staff, reassigning top assistant Lawrence Frank to a non-bench role.
Head coach Jason Kidd says Frank will not be at practices or games, and that he will be writing daily reports. He said the two had "different philosophies."
Kidd played for Frank with the Nets and hired him when he became a first-time coach in June...
Via AP on Fox
December 03, 2013