Lindsay Gottlieb Rumors

It was a last-minute request by the owner, and Gottlieb was assigned the task. She reviewed her presentation with Beilein on the 45-minute bus ride to the tony suburb of Franklin. Now, in a wing of his mansion, which includes a replica of the court on which the Cavaliers won their one and only title, an attentive Gilbert, still recovering from a stroke, sits less than 10 feet away, waiting expectantly. “Now we’re going to break down Boston’s offense,” Beilein announces. “It’s your show, Lindsay.”
Now that’s she’s joined the Cleveland Cavaliers as an assistant coach, Lindsay Gottlieb is ready to move on from her Oakland, CA, home. The Mediterranean-style mansion just landed on the market for $1.3 million. She picked up the beautifully appointed home in the foothills for $1.2 million in 2014, during her Cal coaching stint.
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Still, it wasn’t easy to pry her away from Cal. Then a dinner in Cleveland helped the decision. “It was Koby and Coach Beilien and J.B. Bickerstaff that made me feel like, ‘This is it. I have to do this.’ I called my husband and said, ‘I’m not sure there are three people in the NBA I can have dinner with that I could have enjoyed more.’ Who they are as people is really a big part of this,” Gottlieb said. “The mission, vision and values of the Cavs and what they are trying to do really appealed to me.” The 41-year-old Gottlieb, who guided the Golden Bears to seven NCAA Tournament appearances and a Final Four, nearly worked in close proximity to Beilein once before. But two weeks after she was hired as an assistant for the Richmond women’s basketball team, Beilein left Richmond for West Virginia.