Odds & Ends: Sixers, Jack, Thunder, Johnson

Here's tonight's look around the Association as we marvel at Stephen Curry..

  • The Sixers aren't rushing their decision on a new head coach, and John Mitchell of the Philadelphia Inquirer gives a thumbs-up to their deliberate strategy.  The Sixers could have even more candidates to consider after the postseason when more than one currently employed coach could be shown the door.
  • Keeping Jarrett Jack might be a problem for the Warriors, writes Marcus Thompson II of the Mercury News.  The guard is playing out the final year of his contract, which pays him $5MM this season.  Jack says that he would like an opportunity to start, but he also enjoys playing for Golden State.
  • The Oklahoman's John Rohde examined the long-term future of the Thunder in the small market of Oklahoma City. 
  • In a conference call with reporters this afternoon, Nets coach P.J. Carlesimo was asked if guard Joe Johnson is worthy of the max contract he received from Atlanta in 2010.  The coach, as one would expect, came to the defense of his player, writes Tim Bontemps of the New York Post.

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