The New Orleans Pelicans are reportedly close to hiring Darren Erman as associate head coach.
The New Orleans Pelicans have officially hired Alvin Gentry as their head coach.
Warriors head coach Steve Kerr offered Alvin Gentry his support for taking the Pelicans' head coaching job.
The Pelicans have chosen Alvin Gentry as their new head coach, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
Alvin Gentry had a second interview with the Pelicans and is "emerging" as the frontrunner, according to NOLA.com's John Reid.
Alvin Gentry is reportedly "more than interested" in the Pelicans' head coaching position, and he's very likely to secure a second interview with the club after the Warriors' postseason run is over.
The Pelicans are meeting with Warriors assistant coach Alvin Gentry on Monday.
The Pelicans have received permission to interview Golden State assistant coach Alvin Gentry for their coaching vacancy.
Alvin Gentry and Mike D'Antoni are two names on Denver's coaching radar, according to Sports Illustrated.
Alvin Gentry is reportedly an early favorite to land the Chicago Bulls head coaching position once Tom Thibodeau is ousted.
Alvin Gentry stated during a recent interview that while he'd be interested in returning to a head coaching role, he's more than happy to remain as the Warriors' offensive coordinator.
Alvin Gentry's deal to become an assistant coach with the Warriors is not yet official, but it's "moving in that direction," according to GM Bob Myers.
Assistant coach Alvin Gentry will make over $800K per season with the Warriors.
Alvin Gentry has agreed to join the Warriors staff as an assistant coach, according to Yahoo! Sports.