Updated Apr 24, 2013 - 4:39 pm
Report: Lindsey Hunter wants to interview for Detroit Pistons job
Of course, it's possible Hunter will make the decision for them.
According to Detroit Pistons pre and post-game host Matt Dery, Hunter is interested in the team's coaching vacancy.
Well how about that.
Hunter, who guided the Suns to a 12-29 record, spent the bulk of his playing career in the Motor City and was a member of the Pistons' 2004 NBA Championship team.
The team recently parted with head coach Lawrence Frank, who was with the team for just two seasons. The Pistons went 54-94 under his leadership.
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