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Bobcats to interview CSKA Moscow's Quin Snyder

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06:03 PM ET 05.11 | Just a year after being turned down for the job, CSKA Moscow assistant coach Quin Snyder will once again interview for the Charlotte Bobcats' head coaching vacancy. The coach interviewed with Charlotte last summer before the team hired Mike Dunlap, who lasted just one poor season with the team before being fired. Now the Bobcats are back at square one, and it has them taking a harder look at a man they passed over just a year earlier. Snyder was a Lakers assistant at the time, but he has experience in a wide variety of roles during his coaching career, including a successful stint as head coach at Missouri. He left that program amidst an NCAA investigation, heading to the pro ranks where he's continued his success. The Sixers, a past employer of Snyder, also reportedly have interest in hiring the coach for their vacancy.

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, Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE Derick E. Hingle-US PRESSWIRE
May 11, 2013  08:04 PM ET

first. shayit.

May 11, 2013  08:36 PM ET

That's it!! That was the missing link for Bobcats to be competitive. A Russian angle.

May 11, 2013  09:23 PM ET

Bobcats must be the only team not pursuing Philip

May 12, 2013  10:42 AM ET

Second Time Is The Charm, Bro?

May 12, 2013  12:22 PM ET

Didn't know cookie led Missouri to national title. The GOAT needs some proven front office talent rescue this sad franchise.

 
May 12, 2013  12:22 PM ET

Dookie

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