Bucks Talk To Jim Cleamons

In addition to the names we passed along earlier today, the Bucks have spoken to former Mavericks head coach Jim Cleamons, posts Marc J. Spears on ESPN Now. Cleamons, who served as an assistant in Milwaukee in 2013/14, had an “informal phone conversation” this morning with GM Jon Horst.

Cleamons, 68, is a long-time assistant who briefly served as a head coach in Dallas in the late 1990s, compiling a 28-70 record. He was an assistant with the Bulls during Michael Jordan’s time there, and Jordan is considering him for the head coaching spot with the Hornets, according to Spears. Cleamons is also a candidate for a college coaching job with Chicago State.

Cleamons, who played nine NBA seasons, won an NBA title with the Lakers and nine as an assistant in L.A. and Chicago. He also served as an assistant with the Hornets and Knicks

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7 thoughts on “Bucks Talk To Jim Cleamons

  1. Danthemilwfan

    Ummm pass. Hard pass lol. His resume is that he coached at some point and as I had told she was terrible in the 90s?

  2. padam

    What I’d like to understand is who at the Bucks organization said “let’s reach out to Cleamons and see what he’s up to. He’s a potential candidate.”

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