George Karl expressed interest in coaching the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday.
Former Nuggets coach George Karl has put his name in the hat for the Cavaliers' vacant President position.
George Karl interviewed with the Grizzlies on Tuesday, according to the Memphis Commercial Appeal.
George Karl has serious interest in coaching the Grizzlies and expressed that while interviewing with the team, according to beat writer Ronald Tillery.
The Grizzlies will interview George Karl on Monday, a source tells Yahoo! Sports' Marc J. Spears.
A source told Fox Sports that George Karl hasn't talked to anyone associated with the Clippers, Grizzlies or Nets yet.
The Clippers talked with a George Karl representative about their job opening for head coach.
George Karl and the Grizzlies have already had informal discussions about Memphis' head coach position, a source tells Yahoo! Sports' Marc J. Spears.
George Karl will not return to the Nuggets as head coach, sources told Yahoo! Sports.
The Clippers have not asked permission to speak with George Karl about their head coaching vacancy.
George Karl has previously said that he wishes to end his coaching career in Denver with the Nuggets.
George Karl's status with the Nuggets has been "unsettled" by the departure of GM Masai Ujiri, according to ESPN.com.
The Denver Post mentioned current Nuggets execs Pete D'Alessandro, Mike Bratz and Cavs assistant GM David Griffin as possible replacements for Masai Ujiri.
The Clippers have "discussed" George Karl as a "possible candidate" for their next head coach, sources told Yahoo! Sports.