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Cavaliers expand search for coach
NBA notes » Maccabi Tel Aviv’s Blatt is candidate for Cleveland job.
First Published Jun 12 2014 11:25 pm • Last Updated Jun 12 2014 11:25 pm

The Cleveland Cavaliers’ exhaustive head coaching search is expanding — again.

The team will interview former Maccabi Tel Aviv coach David Blatt next week, a person familiar with the team’s plans told The Associated Press on Thursday. The 55-year-old Blatt has known Cavs general manager David Griffin for years.

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Blatt is just the latest candidate to interview with the Cavs, who will have a second meeting with Clippers assistant coach Alvin Gentry on Friday. The team has contacted as many as 12 candidates to fill the vacancy created when owner Dan Gilbert fired Mike Brown — for the second time — on May 12.

Earlier this week, the Cavs interviewed former Cleveland All-Star guard Mark Price, now an assistant with Charlotte.

Jordan joins billionaire club

Michael Jordan has reached billionaire status.

Forbes Magazine estimated Thursday that Jordan’s equity as owner of the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets is $416 million and his net worth outside of the team is $600 million. It reported Jordan now owns 89.5 percent of the Hornets.

Brewer denies DUI


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Chicago Bulls forward Ronnie Brewer, formerly of the Utah Jazz, has pleaded not guilty to a drunken driving charge in Beverly Hills, Calif. Brewer was stopped in February near Wilshire Boulevard and Rodeo Drive. He entered his plea Wednesday.



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