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NBA News Roundup: 3-time Sixth Man of the Year not planning on retiring this offseason, Utah Jazz reveal the updated list of head coaching candidates, and more


The Golden State Warriors just won their fourth title in six Finals appearances. They proved to the NBA world that their dynasty is still alive. Steph Curry finally won the coveted Finals MVP trophy. Now, several analysts are including him in their all-time top 10 lists.

In other news, the Charlotte Hornets and Utah Jazz are still looking for a new head coach. Their search isn’t going as well as planned. In an unprecedented move, Kenny Atkinson reneged on Charlotte’s head coaching offer and decided to stay as an assistant with the Warriors. The Jazz, on the other hand, are still in the interview stage.

The LA Lakers and Brooklyn Nets are looking to bolster their roster after massively disappointing campaigns. The two teams were the favorites to win the title before the 2021-22 season began, but both ended up winning 0 playoff games.

Let’s dive into a few news stories from around the NBA from the past 24 hours.


Lou Williams not interested in retiring from the NBA just yet

Lou Williams of the Atlanta Hawks during the 2021-22 NBA season

Utah Jazz release the list of their candidates in the middle of a huge head coaching search

Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz in the 2022 NBA playoffs

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The current G-League head coach is Jason Terry, who coaches the Grand Rapids Gold, a Denver Nuggets affiliate. Moreover, the former head coaches are Frank Vogel (LA Lakers) and Terry Stotts (Portland Trail Blazers).

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