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Cavaliers, Clippers Interested In Garnett As Coach

A week after announcing his retirement, Kevin Garnett already has a job offer, according to Dave McMenamin of Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue confirmed today that he has asked Garnett to be part of his coaching staff in Cleveland. “I talked to him about it,” Lue said after practice. “I know his wife is pushing for it a lot. Brandi is pushing for it, trying to get him to come and coach. He says he’s not ready yet. He goes back — ‘I might do it’ — but he’s back and forth. We’ll see. But I’d definitely make a spot for him if he wanted to come back and coach.”

Lue, who called Garnett one of his best friends, was an assistant in Boston when Garnett played there. The Cavaliers coach said he wanted to see Garnett play another season in Minnesota, but would like to team up with him now that the retirement decision has been made.

Cleveland’s coaching staff is already filled, with Larry Drew being promoted to associate head coach this week and Jim Boylan, Mike Longabardi, James Posey and Damon Jones re-signing as assistants. Any coaching job Garnett might take would have to be in an unofficial capacity.

And the Cavaliers may not be his only choice, as the Clippers tweeted a photo this afternoon of Garnett joining them for practice. L.A. coach Doc Rivers, who also has close ties with Garnett from their days with the Celtics, said he would have been glad to have Garnett as a player this season and may be interested in adding him in a coaching capacity. “I’m going to offer him something,” Rivers said. “I don’t want to say too much right now. I just know he’d be a great asset to any team.” 

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3 thoughts on “Cavaliers, Clippers Interested In Garnett As Coach

  1. Andrew

    He would be a nice addition to CLEVELAND’S coaching staff!

  2. ernestofigueroa87

    Please come back to my Nets!

  3. Ravens_Last_Place

    Why the heck would he go to the Clippers? To hang with his buddy Paul Pierce and win nothing?

    If you want to win, go to the Cavs.

    My guess is he chooses neither and just enjoys being retired this season, maybe for a while. Or maybe he’ll take an easy commentator job.

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