Stephen Silas appears to be a fairly in-demand coaching property in the NBA. The Charlotte Hornets assistant is reportedly set to speak to Warriors coach Steve Kerr about his soon-to-be vacant associate coaching position. Sources: Charlotte's Stephen Silas is flying to Oklahoma City to meet with Steve Kerr on Monday for Golden State's top assistant's job. — Adrian Wojnarowski...
It sounds like the Houston Rockets’ coaching vacancy will go to one of two names – one familiar, one less so. According to ESPN’s Calvin Watkins, in addition to Mike D’Antoni, Charlotte assistant Stephen Silas was so impressive during the interview process that the team is strongly considering hiring him as head coach. Silas, son of longtime NBA coach Paul Silas, is a bit...
Are the Rockets down to Silas and D'Antoni? Take a depth breath. Mike D'Antoni isn't the only coach being considered fro the Houston Rockets' opening. Houston Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen is reporting that the Rockets are down to D'Antoni and Charlotte Hornets assistant coach Stephen Silas. In addition to Mike D'Antoni, Rockets seriously weighing Stephen Silas as coach with...
Via The Dream Shake
May 20, 2016
The Houston Rockets have scheduled interviews with Jeff Hornacek and Stephen Silas. Hornacek was fired this season by the Phoenix Suns, while Silas has been an assistant coach for the Charlotte Hornets since 2010. Silas is the son of Paul Silas. The Rockets fired Kevin McHale in November and have chosen not to retain J.B. Bickerstaff.
Charlotte Hornets assistant Stephen Silas will be interviewing for the Houston Rockets head coaching job. Charlotte Hornets assistant coach, Stephen Silas, will be interviewing with the Houston Rockets for the currently open head coaching position according to Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer. Per @WindhorstESPN @hornets assistant Stephen Silas will interview for Houston...
Via At The Hive
May 05, 2016
There has been a 50 percent drop in black head coaches in the NBA from three years ago, the lowest total in 16 years. "That's not enough," said Paul Silas, who is now retired after three decades in the NBA coaching ranks. "There are more guys that understand how to coach basketball. And they should have a chance." From 2001-2014, the NBA averaged 11 black head coaches per season...
“When we won that game (Game 7, 1974 Championship vs Milwaukee), everybody was out and pouring drinks on each other, and me and Dave (Cowens) were sitting there just staring at each other, and we didn’t say a word. It was just wonderful, I got up and told them how great it was to be a Celtic and I never wanted to be nothing else but a Celtic.” - Paul SilasIntangibles have...
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