Browsing George Karl

NBA Rumors – Sacramento Kings a Mess With DeMarcus Cousins & Others Hating George Karl

Posted on 28 Mar, 2016, by in NBA

It’s hard to see how the Sacramento Kings can avoid firing George Karl when this season is over, unless they plan on replacing most of their players in one mega trade extravaganza, including DeMarcus Cousins, who has probably had enough of his head coach. More

NBA Rumors – Sacramento Kings Can’t Afford to Fire Another Head Coach

Posted on 11 Nov, 2015, by in NBA

The Sacramento Kings haven’t made the playoffs in nearly a decade. High expectations to start the last couple of seasons resulted in a very early reality check of where they stand, but once again firing their head coach (George Karl this time) seems counterproductive, even if things don’t look great now. More

NBA Rumors – Sacramento Kings Not Trading DeMarcus Cousins or Firing George Karl

Posted on 5 Aug, 2015, by in NBA

Despite all the offseason drama, the Sacramento Kings aren’t going anything drastic. DeMarcus Cousins isn’t getting traded, and George Karl, the head coach who started all the problems, allegedly, isn’t going to get fired. More

NBA Rumors – Sacramento Kings Might Not be So Bad Next Season

Posted on 14 Jul, 2015, by in NBA

The Sacramento Kings are trying to change things. Bringing in George Karl last season, signing Rajon Rondo. Those are moves making it quite clear they don’t plan on having another weird season of trotting in the same spot. More

NBA Rumors – Sacramento Kings Don’t Want to Trade DeMarcus Cousins; George Karl Does

Posted on 24 Jun, 2015, by in NBA

The drama over the potential trade of DeMarcus Cousins continues. It seems that George Karl is the only member of the Sacramento Kings staff, management and ownership who has any interest in making the deal. The Los Angeles Lakers? Denver Nuggets? The people who should be making the decision don’t even want to trade him, so what’s all the fuss about? More

NBA Rumors – Sacramento Kings Closer to Hiring George Karl

Posted on 8 Feb, 2015, by in NBA

While some rumors suggest that the DeMarcus Cousins camp is against George Karl becoming the next head coach of the Sacramento Kings, it’s still looking more and more likely like this deal is going to get made. More

NBA Rumors – Golden State Warriors Head Coach Candidates

Posted on 14 May, 2014, by in NBA

The Golden State Warriors really want Steve Kerr, but it seems like he’ll end up with the New York Knicks. They were interested in Stan Van Gundy to fill in for Mark Jackson, but he signed with the Detroit Pistons. Who is left? George Karl, Lionel Hollins and possibly even Tom Thibodeau, who is coaching the Chicago Bulls, are leading the shortlist of names that the Warriors would like to see as their head coach. More

Cleveland Cavaliers Fire Mike Brown – Who Comes Next?

Posted on 13 May, 2014, by in NBA

It has been a rough few years for Mike Brown, who gets the less than impressive mark of being fired by the same team twice, being let go by the Cleveland Cavaliers after only one season at the helm. This will obviously put the names of George Karl and Stan Van Gundy at the top of the list for successors, while Mark Jackson will also be in the mix, along with college basketball coaches like Billy Donovan, Fred Hoiberg, Tim Izzo, John Beilein and Tony Bennett. More

Los Angeles Lakers Fire Mike D’Antoni – Who Comes Next?

Posted on 1 May, 2014, by in NBA

Almost two full years as the head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers were enough for Mike D’Antoni amid the ongoing speculation of his job security, which now means that as the team heads into a massive rebuild, a new head coach, with names like Byron Scott, Kevin Ollie, George Karl, Lionel Hollins, John Calipari and possibly even Ettore Messina as likely candidates. More

Warriors – Nuggets Series: Don’t Call it an Upset

Posted on 3 May, 2013, by in NBA

The Denver Nuggets looked like the hottest team in the NBA entering the NBA playoffs, but injuries and bad coaching took away all momentum from them. Meanwhile, the Golden State Warriors featured the best player in the series, Stephen Curry, while Mark Jackson might be whiny and slightly homophobic, but he knew how to bring the best of his players while rallying around Andre Bogut to come through with the upset, taking the series 4-2. More