The Brooklyn Nets are interested in adding Roy Rogers to Jason Kidd's coaching staff.
Rogers was an assistant coach with the Nets under Lawrence Frank and then followed him to the Boston Celtics and Detroit Pistons.
Rogers was a candidate to join Jeff Hornacek's staff with the Phoenix Suns, but withdrew his name from consideration on Monday.
The Phoenix Suns may be targeting a post player in the NBA draft.
Jeff Hornacek recently hired Mark West and Roy Rogers to be part of his staff, suggesting a commitment to developmental work with young post players.
"Having two bigs coaches is kind of interesting in terms of where they might be going in the draft," one league personnel executive said.
Ryan McDonough suggested...
Although the Phoenix Suns havent made any formal announcements, it has been reported that three additions to coach Jeff Hornaceks staff have been made.
The most familiar name is former Suns center and Hornacek teammate Mark West, who moves to coaching assistant from the role of vice president of player programs.
Another familiar name -- for other reasons -- is Roy Rogers. Rogers...
Roy Rogers has agreed to join the coaching staff of the Phoenix Suns as an assistant.
Jeff Hornacek was hired this offseason as head coach of the Suns.
Rogers was also an option to join the coaching staff of the Sacramento Kings.
via Noah G. at www.totalfattymove.com
Noah ranks the top 25 fast food restaurants, starting with number 25…
25. Miami Subs – you have never eaten here . . . I know that, because if you have you would be in coma or 6 feet under. In terms food quality, taste, appearance, ambiance, etc. hobos in New York City eat better.
24. Roy Rogers – this once proud franchise is now a smoldering...
The last time Michigan traveled to Lincoln, Neb., Ronald Reagan and Roy Rogers were just a few months old, the Mexican Revolution was kicking into gear, only eight percent of homes had a telephone, and the average U.S. salary was between $200 and $400 per year.
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Players Coaching staff Head coach: Lawrence Frank Assistant coach: Brian Hill Assistant coach: John Loyer Assistant coach: Roy Rogers
Here to tell the story about my brother Chris and I meeting Dale Hunter is our dad, Andy Mottram.
I don’t remember the year (late ’80s/early ’90s), but it was a signing event at the Roy Rogers restaurant on Little River Turnpike in Fairfax. At that time Roy Rogers was one of the main sponsors for the Caps. Seems like it was middle of the day. Not much of a crowd. Not sure...
When multiple surgeries to both knees forced Roy Rogers to quit playing at 30, coaching wasn't the first thing that crossed his mind as a next phase of life. A few months later, he found himself on a D-League bench. Meet one of Lawrence Frank's assistants as Keith Langlois starts a series on the Pistons staff for True Blue Pistons.