Howard Beck: It's been suggested to me that (Philadelph…

Howard Beck: It’s been suggested to me that (Philadelphia) is where Mike D’Antoni would prefer to land. Suggested to me, I’m not saying that anybody’s saying this definitively.

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Dawn Staley is happy with her current job as the head women's basketball coach at the University of South Carolina. But if the Philadelphia 76ers were to show interest in hiring her as their next head coach, she wouldn't ignore those calls. According to a source close to the USC women's basketball program, WACH FOX has been told that Staley would be open to having discussions with her hometown team if they were to reach out to her.
In the column, Staley told Hayes via text that she would "rather be in the stands than on the bench" when it comes to the 76ers. But on Sunday, less than a week after Hayes' column was published, a second source close to the situation told WACH FOX that to Staley, the idea of not only coaching in her hometown but breaking barriers for women in the NBA would be one "she'd definitely entertain."
It is believed that the franchise remains committed to building around All-Stars Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, with the likely onus on figuring out the proper dynamics — on and off the floor — in the hands of the next coach. Keep an eye on the following potential coaching candidates, according to sources: 76ers assistant Ime Udoka, Clippers assistant Ty Lue, Villanova’s Jay Wright, and former Grizzlies and Kings coach Dave Joerger.
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Justin Jackson: THANK YOU to everyone @Dallas Mavericks for EVERYTHING! Y’all made this time unbelievable! To all my boys, KEEP BEING GREAT!! Sometimes God asks you to just trust Him and even though it’s a closing of a chapter, I can’t wait to begin writing this new chapter with the @Oklahoma City Thunder!!

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