Jerry Sloan

Friday, 11 February 2011

Jerry Sloan
Jerry Sloan steps down as Utah Jazz head coach, and the NBA is lesser for it

It was about two hours before his final news conference when Jerry Sloan picked up the phone. He didn't mind talking, but he asked the interview not be made public until after he spoke before the cameras and microphones in Utah.

It wasn't because he had ratted out Deron Williams, the headstrong player whom he feuded with and who failed to run a play his coach called the other night, or Jazz management, who reportedly failed to back him in that dispute. ( Read Jerry Sloan more... )

Jerry Sloan, Mike Fisher, Cam Newton and Thursday's Late Sports Buzz

The Thursday after the Super Bowl is typically one of most uneventful sports days of the year. This Thursday has been anything but uneventful.

The Utah Jazz made an announcement to spice up this Sloan moving day. You see what I just did there? In case your punny bone needs fine-tuning, what I am trying to say is that Jerry Sloan has announced he will no longer be the Utah Jazz head coach. ( Read Jerry Sloan more... )

What Jerry Sloan's Resignation as Utah Jazz Coach Means for the Orlando Magic and Stan Van Gundy

Jerry Sloan and longtime top assistant coach Phil Johnson will leave the Utah Jazz today, as first reported by the Utah radio station KSL, ending their 23-year tenure leading the Jazz. According to Adrian Wojnarowski and Mar J. Spear of Yahoo! Sports, Sloan decided to step down at halftime of last night's loss to the Chicago Bulls following a dust-up with Jazz All-Star point guard Deron Williams, one of several "flareups," as beat writer Brian T. Smith termed them, between the two this season. ( Read Jerry Sloan more... )

Jerry Sloan Resigns, Tyrone Corbin Becomes Utah's First New Head Coach Since 1988

Jerry Sloan will reportedly resign in a press conference later today after coaching the Utah Jazz for 23 years. He was the current longest-tenured coach in American professional sports. ( Read Jerry Sloan more... )

Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan to resign

SALT LAKE CITY — After 22-plus years, the Jerry Sloan Era has come to an unexpected end in Utah.

The Hall of Famer, who had the longest tenure of coaches in major U.S. professional sports, has resigned from the head coaching job he's held with the Utah Jazz since 1988, a source confirmed to KSL.

Sources told ESPN.com's Marc Stein that Jazz point guard Deron Williams called his own play during Wednesday's loss to the Chicago Bulls, instead of the play Sloan called from the sideline. ( Read Jerry Sloan more... )

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Courtesy : The Washington Post , Bleacher Report , Orlando Pin Striped Post , SB Nation & Deseret News

1 komentar:

sportsfan1981 said...

I'm shocked to hear of his resignation after 23 years as head coach of the Utah Jazz. Nowadays, it's extremely rare for a player, manager, or coach to spend that much time with one organization. I can't believe how much the NBA has changed since he started coaching the Jazz. It will take a long time to get used to the fact he is no longer the head coach.

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