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Posts Tagged ‘Portland.’

Steve Kerr hired to coach Golden State Warriors

Steve Kerr NBA (2007 photo by jmrosenfeld via wikipedia commons)

It had been rumored for weeks by the so-called NBA experts in the media, that when Phil Jackson took over as team president of the New York Knicks that he would hire Steve Kerr.

To some it seemed far-fetched that Jackson would actually hire Kerr, who has never been an NBA head coach, to lead the Knicks.

While Jackson was still deciding on who he would hire, Kerr was also negotiating with the Golden State Warriors.

As it turned out, the Warriors out-bid the Knicks and have hired Kerr away from his job as a TNT broadcaster to replace Mark Jackson as their head coach.

Kerr, according to his agent, will be paid $25 million dollars on a five-year deal.

The 48-year-old Kerr was born in Beirut, Lebanon while his dad, Malcolm was engaged in higher learning and research in the Middle East.

The former point guard played his college basketball at the University of Arizona for Lute Olson and his teammates included Sean Elliott, Tom Tolbert and Kenny Lofton.

As an NBA player, the 6’3, 175-pounder played for Phoenix, Cleveland, Orlando, Chicago, San Antonio twice and Portland. He scored 5,437 points and 1,658 assists. He won five NBA Championships.

Dave King moves from bench to development coach for Coyotes

 

Dave King (file photo)

The first head coach the Columbus Blue Jackets ever had, Dave King is still a fan favorite everytime he comes to town with the Phoenix Coyotes. He still receives a nice ovation from the crowds at Nationwide Arena.

The fans at the Arena probably won’t see Coach King too much in the future because of he is changing jobs.

King has stepped down from his position as assistant coach to become the Coyotes’ development coach. He will oversee all pro player development, including working with coaches and players with minor-league Portland of the American Hockey League.

King’s first CBJ team in 2000-01 was 28-39-9-6 for 71 points; in 2001-02 the team regressed to 22-47-8-5 for 57 points and got off to a bad start in 2002-03 with a record of 14-20-4-2 for 34 points. King was fired January 7, 2003.

 

compiled from Phoenix Coyotes news

Fire beats Crew with stoppage time goal, 1-0

Cristian Nazarit (courtesy of MLS)

The Chicago Fire came to Columbus Crew Stadium on Sunday afternoon just hoping to get out of town with a least a tie. After all, they hadn’t won in Columbus, Ohio since 2007 and hadn’t won a game in their previous 11 games.

The law of averages had something better in mind for the Fire.
Chicago’s Cristian Nazarit scored in second-half stoppage time, barely 10 minutes after entering the match off the bench, as the underdog Fire pulled a stunner, beating the Columbus Crew who had not lost at home all season, 1-0.
The Fire ended an 0-4-7 streak and became the first team in 13 games to outshoot the Crew (18-8).
Orr Barouch, another substitute off the bench, set up the game-winning play by taking the ball down the right side of the box that let to a shot into traffic. Crew goalkeeper William Hesmer made the save but Nazarit, was there for the rebound shot.
The Crew drops to 4-4-6 on the season.
Early in the game, the Crew was the aggressor, getting many chances to score, but could not finish their opportunities.
The Crew will travel to the space city of Houston, Texas to take on the Dynamo for the first intra-conference match between the two teams on Saturday June 18. The Dynamo was moved to the Eastern Conference for the 2011 season with the arrival of the two newest expansion teams, Portland and Vancouver being added to the Western Conference.
COLUMBUS CREW POST-GAME LOCKER ROOM

 

Randolph given extension by Grizzlies

 

Zach Randolph with LA Clippers in 2009 (photo by Ytoyoda via wikipedia commons)

29-year-old Memphis Grizzlies forward Zach Randolph signed a four-year extension after helping to lead the teamto their first playoff win in franchise history.

The former Michigan State star has played for Portland, the New York Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers.

 

compiled from staff & Memphis Grizzlies news

 

Major League Soccer announces conference realignment

MLS (courtesy of Major League Soccer)

Major League Soccer has announce that the Houston Dynamo will move to the Eastern Conference for 2011.

The expansion Portland and Vancouver will join the Western Conference, giving the league two nine-team conferences.

All teams will play a 34-game schedule and oppose each league opponent once at home and once on the road.

Info courtesy of Major League Soccer

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