The Bobcats have narrowed their coaching search to three candidates: Jerry Sloan, Brian Shaw, and Quin Snyder, writes ESPN.com's Chris Broussard.
The three have all already interviewed with Bobcats general manager Rich Cho and team executive Rod Higgins, but they each will meet with team owner Michael Jordan later this week. Sloan is the only one with previous head coaching experience.
The Bobcats search has widdled from 10 total candidates who have been interviewed since former head coach Paul Silas was let go shortly after the regular season ended. That team finished the season with the worst winning percentage in league history. Regardless of whether or not Charlotte chooses to keep the number two pick or trade it, whoever takes the job will have an uphill climb for the foreseeable future.