Report: ASU to hire two former NBA coaches
Arizona State University basketball seems to be putting their focus on winning now.
A report from ESPN said ASU wants to bring in not one, but two former NBA coaches.
Herb Sendek is reportedly bringing in former Golden State Warriors and Sacramento Kings head coach and current Lakers D-League coach Eric Musselman along with Larry Greer, who spent last season as an assistant coach with the Portland Trail Blazers.
ASU recently lost former assistant coaches Scott Pera and Lamont Smith.
The new coaches are expected to be announced on Tuesday.
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