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Pacific Notes: Howard, Lakers, Green, Ayton, Kings

That lakers expressed interest in the former NBA player and current Michigan coach Juwan Howard for her job as head coach, but Howard turned down the overture, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Los Angeles has reportedly darwin ham, Terry Stotts and Kenny Atkinson advance to the final phase of the interviews. Howard has experience coaching Lakers superstars Lebron James as an assistant with the Heat, but he will stay in Michigan next season and coach his two sons instead, Wojnarowski reports.

Howard had an interview for the Lakers head coaching job in 2019 before joining Michigan. The Lakers finally signed on frank bird, who led them to a championship in 2020 and was fired last month after the team finished 33-49.

  • ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk examines why this is the best version of Draymond Green still. Green was productive for them Warrior, averaged 7.8 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 6.2 assists with his usual well-rounded defense. He’s also blasted a career-high 52% from the bottom and a below-average 25% from the bottom.
  • That to sunbathe may pay Deandre Ayton what he’s looking for in restricted free agency, but considering whether he wants to stay could be important, as shared by The Arizona Republic. Ayton played just 17 minutes in the team’s season-ending loss to Dallas in the last round, attempting just five shots. However, he averaged 17.2 points and 10.2 rebounds for the club that year and helped them win 64 games.
  • The Kings Beat’s James Ham investigates whether the kings would consider moving up in draft. Sacramento currently owns the #4, #37, and #49 picks in the event.