But just in case the Spurs coach doesn’t get it, how about Brad Stevens?
Marc D’Amico of Celtics.com:
Stevens told CSNNE.com that talk of replacing Krzyzewski has “never once been brought up to me on any front.”
Stevens has earned respect from players around the league, including LeBron James, in his two years coaching the Celtics. Stevens communicates well, puts players in clearly defined roles and runs sound schemes. He’d do well as Team USA’s coach.
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But it’s probably Popovich’s turn.
Popovich, who served in the Air Force, has won five NBA titles. He’s the league’s most respected coach in nearly every facet. His résumé dwarfs Stevens’.
He’s also 66 to Stevens’ 39. Popovich might be on deck, but Stevens could be in the hole.