Pacific Notes: Kings, Lakers, Magic, Howard

Earlier today we got the latest on the Clipperscoaching search and no matter who gets hired in L.A., it’s sure to be a big name candidate.  Owner Donald Sterling is said to be a fan of Lionel Hollins and and the club has already met with Byron Scott and Brian Shaw.  The biggest fish of all could be George Karl, but it’s not clear if the team has scheduled a pow wow with the future Hall of Famer yet.  Here’s more out of the Pacific Division..

  • The Kings could use a seasoned GM, opines Ailene Voisin of the Sacramento Bee.  While the current group of candidates is a virtual feast of variety fit for Anthony Bourdain, Voisin would like to see Vivek Ranadive & Co. veer towards the more experienced executives.  
  • Lakers legend Magic Johnson says that he’s less-than-enthralled by what he’s seen out of Dwight Howard but still wants to see him stay put, tweets Mike Bresnahan of the Los Angeles Times.  Howard will be courted by a number of teams this summer and many reports have him linked to the Rockets.
  • Magic also had some thoughts on coach Mike D’Antoni, Ian Begley of tweets.  “He has to concentrate on the defensive end as much as he coaches offense,” Johnson said.

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