Jun 3, 2014, 12:02 AM EDT
They’re interested in Alvin Gentry and Adrian Griffin.
No, not not the Jazz.
Well, yes the Jazz.
Ramona Shelburne of ESPN:
Multiple sources tell The Tribune that Chicago Bulls assistant Adrian Griffin will interview a second time for Utah’s head coaching vacancy.
The Tribune has confirmed that Atlanta Hawks assistant Quin Snyder has interviewed once with Utah, and like Griffin, has been called back for a second interview.
These might be the Jazz’s final candidates, but I wouldn’t count on that. Utah’s coaching search has reached wide, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see more potential coaches get second interviews.
If the Jazz want Gentry, they should act a little more quickly. The Lakers are interested him, too.
We might soon learn whether Utah more highly values Gentry or a prolonged process.
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