The Detroit Pistons announced today that Stan Van Gundy has been appointed head coach and president of basketball operations.
You could even make a case that they might have the best long-term solution as coach in place since Chuck Daly.
Three months removed from firing Maurice Cheeks and one month removed from parting ways with Joe Dumars, the Pistons have made a hire.
According to Yahoo Sports, the Pistons have offered Van Gundy full control of basketball operations and the role of head coach.
He’s been controversial for decades. Clippers owner Donald Sterling now faces more trouble — a nationwide firestorm over racist comments he allegedly made in a recorded conversation with his girlfriend.
Former NBA star Tracy McGrady signed Wednesday to pitch for the Sugar Land Skeeters in the independent Atlantic League.
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