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Report: Clippers 'closing in' on hiring Tyronn Lue as top assistant - Sportsnet.ca

The #Clippers are reportedly closing in on hiring Tyronn Lue as an assistant coach.

15.8.2019

The Clippers are reportedly closing in on hiring Tyronn Lue as an assistant coach.

The Los Angeles Clippers are reportedly closing in on hiring Tyronn Lue as the team's top assistant coach to Doc Rivers, according to Marc Stein of The New York Times.

Lue was widely regarded as the leading candidate for the Lakers' head coaching job before talks broke down. Lue has worked alongside Rivers before and would likely join the Clippers as associate head coach

In addition to a 14-year NBA playing career, Lue previously served as head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers, helping the franchise win its first championship in 2016.

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