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RON ROTHSTEIN RUMORS

Rothstein to Join Broadcast Team, McAdoo to Become Pro Scout

Earlier this week, Miami Heat assistant coaches Bob McAdoo and Ron Rothstein were both reassigned off the Heat bench without any clear indication of where they would be headed next. However, the Miami Heat has announced today that Ron Rothstein has officially retired from coaching and will join Eric Reid, Tony Fiorentino and Jason Jackson on Miami’s broadcast team as well as serve...
Via Heat Nation
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Heat restructure coaching staff; Ron Rothstein retires

After earlier reports surfaced that the Miami Heat would be making changes to their coaching staff, the team officially confirmed the news via press release on Thursday. Assistant coach Ron Rothstein will be retiring from coaching but will continue to be a part of the Heat organization. The Heat also announced that assistant coach Bob McAdoo will leave head coach Erik Spoelstra&...
Via Fox Sports Florida
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Miami Heat News: Ron Rothstein and Bob McAdoo Reassigned

As if the post-LeBron James overhaul of the Miami Heat roster wasn’t enough, it looks as if the coaching staff is about to go through some changes as well. As reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, Ron Rothstein and Bob McAdoo will no longer be a part of Erik Spoelstra’s coaching staff. Not only that, but they are both expected to be completely off the Heat’s bench...
Via Heat Nation
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Heat shake up coaching staff, reassign Ron Rothstein, Bob McAdoo

In an offseason that has seen a significant shakeup within the organization, the Miami Heat will be making changes to their coaching staff for the upcoming season. According to multiple reports, longtime assistant coaches Ron Rothstein and Bob McAdoo have been reassigned and will no longer be a part of head coach Erik Spoelstra's staff. Rothstein, 71, was hired as the Heat'...
Via Fox Sports Florida
September 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Heat To Reassign Ron Rothstein, Bob McAdoo

The Miami Heat have reassigned longtime assistant coaches Ron Rothstein and Bob McAdoo. Rothstein and McAdoo will no longer play significant roles on Erik Spoelstra's staff and could leave the bench altogether. It is immediately unclear what role Rothstein and McAdoo will have in the organization, but both are expected to continue to have jobs with the Heat, league sources said...
Via RealGM
August 31, 2014  |  Discuss

HEAT Demoting Two Long-Time Assistant Coaches

Not sure if this has anything to do with LeBron leaving, but according to WOJO the HEAT will be shuffling some of their assistant coaches. Ron Rothstein and Bob McAdoo will no longer play significant roles on head coach Erik Spoelstra’s staff – and could be completely off the bench, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Those changes will clear the way for Juwan Howard to be promoted...
Via BlackSportsOnline
August 31, 2014  |  Discuss
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