Magic Johnson has largely confined his Twitter thoughts on the local NBA teams to the Lakers, taking shots at owner Jim Buss and former coaches Mike Brown and Mike D'Antoni. He was in a more complimentary mood after watching the Clippers beat the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday, weighing in on the...
Have you heard a word from the peanut gallery regarding how bad Byron Scott's coaching has been? Not a peep! Magic Johnson wouldn't shut up when Mike Brown and Mike D'Antoni were here. And those two took the Lakers to the playoffs. All Byron has done is coach the team to historic lows. This had...
Mike D'Antoni may well be getting another chance to be a head coach in the NBA with the franchise he's had the most success with. Continue for updates. Report: Suns Interested in D'Antoni Monday, Jan. 4 ESPN insider Marc Stein reported...Show More Summary
If Jeff Hornacek is let go, Phoenix may turn to a familiar face. With Jeff Hornacek's tenure in Phoenix on life support, who will the Suns, now 12-25, look at next? Intriguingly, former Phoenix head coach Mike D'Antoni is a potential...Show More Summary
Mike D'Antoni was sitting on the bench Friday night at Staples Center, the visitors' one, to be sure. Two hours before the Lakers played the Philadelphia 76ers, the former Lakers coach kept getting approached by present-day employees. They were all smiling. "You look great, Mike," one said. There...
The Knicks handily beat the woeful Philadelphia 76ers 107-97 Friday, which really was no big deal—the 76ers are 1-27 after all. They're so bad, they think hiring Mike D'Antoni is a plus! But Knicks forward Derrick Williams still felt the victory deserved a proper celebration with a night out in Manhattan. Show More Summary
The 76ers, who took a league-worst 1-26 record into their game against the Knicks on Friday, hired Mike D’Antoni as associate head coach.
The one-win Philadelphia 76ers hired veteran NBA coach Mike D'Antoni as associate head coach Friday.
The Philadelphia 76ers today announced the team has agreed to terms with Mike D'Antoni to become Associate Head Coach. D'Antoni brings 25 years of coaching experience to the Sixers' staff, including 12 seasons as an NBA head coach.
The Philadelphia 76ers reportedly hired former NBA Coach of the Year Mike D'Antoni as an associate head coach Friday. Keith Pompey of the Philadelphia Inquirer was the first to report the organization's decision to bring in the 64-year-old veteran coach. Show More Summary
It's pretty simple, believe it or not. Thursday, Sports Illustrated published a regional cover referring to Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio as "Mike Dantonio." "How Mike Dantonio rebuilt the Spartans" appears on this SI cover leading into the playoff. Show More Summary
The NBA trade deadline is a little over two months away, and the rumors will continue to swirl until Feb. 19. However, a big rumbling in the NBA right now doesn't involve a trade at all. Former head coach Mike D'Antoni could be working...Show More Summary
New 76ers chairman Jerry Colangelo’s first move in Philly will reportedly be adding Mike D’Antoni as an associate head coach. D’Antoni and Colangelo have worked together most notably with the Suns and USA The post Report: 76ers In Talks With Mike D’Antoni To Join Coaching Staff appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Philadelphia 76ers are in talks with former Phoenix Suns head coach Mike D'Antoni about joining Brett Brown's staff as the team's associate head coach, according to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. New Sixers chairman Jerry Colangelo, who was hired on Monday, has begun the process of changing the culture in Philadelphia by pursuing D'Antoni. Show More Summary
Jerry Colangelo is making his first move as chairman of basketball operations. New 76ers chairman of basketball operations Jerry Colangelo is in talks with Mike D'Antoni for the position of associate head coach, according to Yahoo Sports'...Show More Summary
Mark Dantonio has led Michigan State to modern-era heights, with top-five finishes in each of the past two seasons and four straight bowl wins. And yet people are still getting him confused with former NBA coach Mike D’Antoni. Wednesday’s culprit? ESPN. pic.twitter.com/JEbSQuNCbI — mgoblog (@mgoblog) August 5, 2015 That the network misidentified Dantonio while he was […]
Mike D'Antoni is leaving Los Angeles on a high note, as far as real estate goes.
Mike D'Antoni never came anywhere near the Golden State Warriors last season, but his influence was obvious in every small lineup, quick-trigger three and jailbreak transition attack. Crazy as it sounds, maybe letting him get closer,...Show More Summary
Coming out of the Finals, we heard a lot about Mike D'Antoni's approach to basketball being vindicated, among some other falsehoods.