Monday News: Hammon finalist for vacant Blazers head coach, Salt Lake City summer league returns and draft lottery rep

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Although it is the offseason, there were various news regarding the San Antonio Spurs on Monday. Let’s jump right into it.

Hammon finalist for vacant Blazers head coach

According to the Athletic, Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon is a finalist for the Portland Trail Blazers head coach position, the first time a woman has entered the final stages of the search process. head coach, according to Athletic. reported that Hammon and Clippers assistant coach Chauncey Billups will secure a second round of talks with the Blazers, while Nets assistant coach Mike D’Antoni is also still in the mix. of candidates.

Hammon has been an assistant coach for Spurs for the past seven seasons. She was also reportedly interviewed for the Orlando Magic head coach position this offseason and has had other head coaching talks in previous offseason.

The return of the Salt Lake City Summer League

Spurs will be one of four teams to return to the Salt Lake City Summer League in August, when games take place on August 3, 4 and 6. The Jazz will have two teams representing them, and the Spurs and Grizzlies will be the other two teams.

The Salt Lake City Summer League had to be canceled last offseason due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Peter J. Holt to represent Spurs at Draft Lottery

The NBA announced the 14 lottery reps for the draft on Tuesday, and new San Antonio Spurs managing partner Peter J. Holt will represent Spurs in the lottery.

Spurs have 85% chance of picking number 12, 1.7% chance of getting overall pick number 1, 1.9% chance of picking number 2, 2.1% chance of ‘Have the number 3 pick and a 2.4% chance of getting the number 4 pickaxes in Tuesday’s lottery.

The draw will take place on Tuesday, June 22 at 7:30 p.m. CT on ESPN.


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