The vacancy in New Orleans, largely thanks to Anthony Davis, is the most coveted coaching job in the NBA. Vinny Del Negro is reportedly the latest former coach to throw The post Vinny Del Negro Interviews for New Orleans Pelicans Coaching Job appeared first on SLAMonline.
The 13-year veteran last coached the Los Angeles Clippers and is currently an NBA TV analyst. The New Orleans Pelicans have interviewed former Los Angeles Clippers head coach Vinny Del Negro as the team's next potential leader, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. Show More Summary
(Earlier this week, former NBA head coach Vinny Del Negro told B/r NBA columnist Grant Hughes his thoughts on what it's like to coach and play in a winner-take-all Game 7) The tension and intensity are heightened in the playoffs, but...Show More Summary
The concept of stopping a great scorer like James Harden is substantially easier than the reality. Schemes are great. But execution and getting everyone on the same page are the real keys in containing his production. Step 1: Take Away...Show More Summary
Interim head coach Ty Corbin is expected to be given the season, but reports indicate that Sacramento is interested in eventually bringing in someone new. The Sacramento Kings could pursue George Karl as their next head coach, according...Show More Summary
Former Bulls and Clippers head coach Vinny Del Negro has reportedly emerged as a candidate for the Timberwolves’ head coaching vacancy. Del Negro reportedly interviewed for the job earlier this […] The post Vinny Del Negro Reportedly Added to Timberwolves’ List of Coaching Candidates appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are still among the list of NBA teams in the midst of a coaching search. Vinny Del Negro is considered a candidate to replace the retired Rick Adelman, but he’s not seen as the front-runner for the position. According...Show More Summary
Minnesota Timberwolves president of basketball operations Flip Saunders has perhaps a career-defining decision in front of him with his first hiring of a head coach for the franchise. So it makes sense Saunders is apparently turningShow More Summary
The former Bulls and Clippers head coach is reportedly a favorite of team president Flip Saunders. After being spurned by Memphis' Dave Joerger, the Minnesota Timberwolves are reportedly looking closely at Vinny Del Negro, the much-maligned former Bulls and Clippers head coach. Show More Summary
In the days following Tuesday's NBA draft lottery, it was easy to fall into the trap of believing the Cleveland Cavaliers—who wound up with the No. 1 pick for the third time in the last four years— couldn ’t possible be any luckier. The...Show More Summary
The Cavs are expected to interview Vinny Del Negro for their head-coaching vacancy. The list of candidates continues to grow for the Cavaliers. In addition to Del Negro, the Cavs […] The post Cavs Will Reportedly Interview Vinny Del Negro for Head Coaching Job appeared first on SLAMonline.
In a little over a week, the Los Angeles Clippers will begin the 2013-14 NBA playoffs as one of the most balanced, dangerous teams in the race. Most basketball experts will point to Chris Paul as L.A.’s unquestioned leader and MVP. But...Show More Summary
Vinnie’s Pizza in Brooklyn wins our award for best menu boards, with its Bob’s Burgers-esque food pun specials. We’re having trouble deciding between the Calvin & Hobbanero, the Guillermo del Tortellini, or the Tempura Strikes Back.
Trade or hire, however you want to describe how the Los Angeles Clippers selected Doc Rivers as their coach, his impact has been profound and should be graded correspondingly. Many agree Vinny Del Negro did a good job as coach of the Los Angeles Clippers, but he was no Rivers. Rivers has helped improve the team in numerous ways. Show More Summary
With the replacement of Vinny Del Negro by the esteemed and well-respected Doc Rivers, the Los Angeles Clippers will have another X-factor in their playoff arsenal. While the team is anything but perfect, Rivers is a marked upgrade over the former coach of Lob City. Show More Summary
Despite running a tight rotation, the Los Angeles Clippers should be fine with an eight-man rotation for the rest of the season. Under coach Vinny Del Negro, the Clippers preferred to play 10-man rotations, employing hockey-like substitution patterns in games. Show More Summary
Vinny Del Negro and his dead eyes are gone, J.J. Redick and Doc Rivers have arrived, and oh dear lord are the Clippers fun to watch. Read more...
A new regime means the Los Angeles Clippers have plenty of unknowns heading into the 2013-14 NBA season. As Doc Rivers comes in to replace Vinny Del Negro as head coach, the roster also shakes up. The Clippers have loaded up with shooters, bringing in Jared Dudley, J.J. Show More Summary
Between the illicit drug use, the DUI charges and all the other current drama in Lamar Odom’s life, many have taken it for granted that the athlete and Keeping Up With The Kardashians star’s career is over. But Lamar’s former coach Vinny Del Negro says that the potential for a comeback is still there. Recently reports [...]
So maybe Donald Sterling won't ruin the Los Angeles Clippers after all. At the end of May, ESPN's Chris Broussard reported Chris Paul was upset about being scapegoated in the firing of Vinny Del Negro and possibly wanted out of town....Show More Summary