Former Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl is reportedly being pursued by the Sacramento Kings.
The Sacramento Kings have not made the playoffs since 2006, and the team and its fans are growing more frustrated every season.
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After an 11-13 start, the Kings had fired head coach Mike Malone and replaced him with Tyrone Corbin as their interim coach.
However, things have gotten much worse since Corbin took over as the Kings now hold a 17-31 record and continue to waste the prime years of All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins.
Corbin may not be leading the Kings much longer as they are reportedly interested in hiring former Denver Nuggets coach George Karl as his replacement.
Karl has a proven track record in his 25 seasons of coaching. Most recently, he coached the Nuggets for nine seasons and led them to the playoffs each time, including a Western Conference Finals trip.
Sports Illustrated reported on the Kings’ interest in making another coaching change on Twitter.
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) February 7, 2015