Randy Pfund Rumors

Stan Van Gundy always insisted he would never leave Florida unless he had the chance to coach in a warm-weather city, but when the Pistons offered him $7 million per year to coach and be the team’s top basketball executive, he couldn’t say no. Now he just needs a GM to handle the day-to-day operations. There’s one name we haven’t heard that makes the most sense: Former Heat executive Randy Pfund, who Van Gundy knows from when he was with Miami, when Pfund ran the front office for Pat Riley and Van Gundy was an assistant and head coach.
via New York Daily News
Multiple people have reached out to the Blazers about their GM job, but the team has not contacted or interviewed any potential candidates, including Buchanan. Further, the Blazers have indicated they probably will not consider any of the finalists they interviewed last summer before settling on Cho, including Danny Ferry and Randy Pfund. Miller was unwilling to talk in detail about the Blazers’ search and he refused to reveal what qualities and characteristics the team will look for in a candidate, except to say, “we want to make sure it’s somebody that fits with the organization and the owner.”
via Oregonian
Randy Pfund, one of three finalists for the Trail Blazers general manager position last summer, said he would still be interested in the job. Pfund, the former general manager of the Miami Heat, said he has not been contacted by the Blazers, who announced Monday that they had fired Rich Cho after only 10 months on the job. But Pfund said if the team did reach out to him he would consider the job. “I’m sure if there was interest, I would certainly look into it … assuming those guys haven’t lost my number,” Pfund said with a chuckle. “We’ll see if anything develops.”
via Oregonian
Randy Pfund, one of three finalists for the Trail Blazers general manager position last summer, said he would still be interested in the job now that Rich Cho has been fired. Pfund, the former general manager of the Miami Heat, said he has not been contacted by the Blazers, but he said if the team did reach out to him he would consider the job. “I’m sure if there was interest, I would certainly look into it … assuming those guys haven’t lost my number,” Pfund said with a chuckle. “We’ll see if anything develops.”
via Oregonian