The Sacramento Kings will formally introduce George Karl as their head coach at 5 PM ET on Tuesday.
George Karl has reached a deal to become the head coach of the Sacramento Kings, according to league sources.
George Karl is reportedly set to become the head coach of the Sacramento Kings following the All-Star break.
The Sacramento Kings and George Karl are progressing on a four-year contract worth between $4 million to $5 million a season to become the team's head coach, according to Yahoo! Sports.
According to various media reports, the Kings are intensifying their pursuit of George Karl.
DeMarcus Cousins' agents denied that they're against the Kings potential hire of George Karl.
DeMarcus Cousins' camp has been "against the notion of adding [George] Karl," according to USA Today's Sam Amick.
The Kings are in discussions with George Karl for their head coaching position according to the Sacramento Bee.
George Karl reportedly would have "significant interest in coaching the Nets," pending Jason Kidd's dismissal.
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.