Predicting the Next Stops for the NBA's Top Unemployed Head Coaches

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Predicting the Next Stops for the NBA's Top Unemployed Head Coaches
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Only three axes have fallen on NBA head coaches since the 2012-13 regular season came to a close, but despite the currently limited sideline vacancies, it's never too early to start predicting where some of the top unemployed coaching candidates could end up next.

Doug Collins showed himself the door in Philadelphia, but he hopped right on the elevator up to the front office. So he's staying put for the foreseeable future.

But Byron Scott and Lawrence Frank, both recently fired from their respective positions with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons, are on the job hunt again.

And bigger, more elusive catches like Phil Jackson, Jeff Van Gundy, Stan Van Gundy and even Nate McMillan are fly fishing in Montana or talking into microphones (as the case may be). Any one of them could be suiting up (literally) for an NBA team soon.

There's bound to be some more shuffling before long (don't get too comfortable in L.A., Vinny Del Negro), but for now, it's worth looking around the NBA landscape to see where these sideline stalkers could wind up.

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