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Former President of the Detroit Pistons team and coach Stan Van Gundy He says he is "lost" without coaching.
In an interview with the podcast Real Talk Basketball with Rex Walters, Van Gundy talked about his uncertain future in basketball since he and the Pistons split in May.
"It was like 11 weeks, 12 weeks, and there is still no plan," Van Gundy said when asked what he wanted to do next. "I have no idea I'm somehow as lost as I. Every other time I knew or had a pretty good idea that I was still trying to train.
"The last time I went out to Orlando, I did a couple of college games on TV, I did some radio stuff, if I could get a job, I wanted to coach, now I really do not know I just have no idea, my wife wants me to retire. "
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He then mentioned that media or lessons at school could be options for him.
Hours after his shooting in May, Van Gundy said Detroit Free Press He was open to a return to the coach, which was a surprise as he had previously said that Detroit would be his last stop.
"If the right situation came, I would not refuse," said Van Gundy. "I do not go to the conditions that I would like."
"It's younger, but you never say it."
Van Gundy, 59, has trained for 12 seasons in the NBA with the Heat, Magic and Pistons, where he has been the head coach for the past four years. Van Gundy has a 523-384 record and has once advanced to the NBA Finals.