Following the Nets' 83-113 loss to the Knicks last night, Brooklyn's "re-assigned" Asst. Coach Lawrence Frank filed this report:About Afternoon Delight: From time to time, Celticslife.com posts an original (most of the time), humorous creation for your delight. View past Afternoon Delight postings. follow E K on twitter @wilkeduhn
Byron Scott coached Jason Kidd to two NBA Finals appearances with the then-New Jersey Nets in 2002 and 2003, when Lawrence Frank was on his coaching staff.
The former Cleveland Cavaliers and New Orleans coach was not surprised at all by Kidd's demotion of Frank to "daily reports," banning Frank's presence in practice and games.
“It does surprise me a little that...
You had to know this was coming after Kidd basically put Frank in timeout.
Nets assistant coach Lawrence Frank is in the process of retaining “high-powered” legal counsel, presumably to settle a buyout with the franchise in the wake of being “re-assigned” by head coach Jason Kidd, a league source told The Post.
Kidd hasn’t back down either, he continues to point out that...
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.
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...
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Jason Kidd has demoted assistant coach Lawrence Frank. Kidd announced on Tuesday that Frank will no longer be coaching the Brooklyn Nets during practices. Frank also won’t be sitting with the coaches on the bench during games. Instead, Frank has been “reassigned” to providing daily reports, Kidd said. The announcement should not come as much […]
Nets fans are clamoring for a coaching change, and that’s exactly what they’ve gotten — only not the one they were hoping for.
Lawrence Frank, the Nets’ assistant coach and so-called defensive coordinator, has been “reassigned,” head coach Jason Kidd told reporters before Tuesday’s game. Frank will no longer be allowed on the Nets’ bench or play an active role in...
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I guess Lawrence Frank and Jason Kidd have had enough of one another.
According to Tim Bontemps Frank will remain part of the Nets’ coaching staff, but will not be on the bench. Frank was Jason Kidd’s top assistant coach and responsible for the defense.
Lawrence Frank has been reassigned, per Jason Kidd.
— Tim Bontemps (@TimBontemps) December 3, 2013
Kidd says Frank will...