February 10, 2011

Goodbye Jerry Sloan!

Perhaps you've heard the news. Any connection to the 1990s NBA has been cut. Farewell Jerry Sloan!

Utah Jazz head coach Jerry Sloan, the longest tenured coach in any of the four major professional sports in North America, resigned Thursday afternoon in Salt Lake City. His assistant, Phil Johnson, also quit the team

Tyrone Corbin, who played for the Jazz from 1991-1994, was named the new coach at a news conference.

Apparently, he was tired of losing in the NBA playoffs to teams with actual talent. Poor guy.

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