Quin Snyder Interviews With Bobcats, According To Report

The Charlotte Bobcats are still hunting for a sucker coach willing to take the helm of a roster that produced the NBA's lowest ever winning percentage in 2011-12 and, with Patrick Ewing reportedly out of the running, Quin Snyder may be that much closer to somehow getting an NBA coaching job. Snyder reportedly interviewed for the job with Bobcats management on Monday in Chicago.

Snyder spent the 2011-12 season as an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Lakers and 2010-11 with the Philadelphia 76ers, but he has no other coaching experience at the NBA level and is well removed from his time as the head coach of the Missouri Tigers. Snyder's Austin Toros made the D-League Playoffs in each of his three years in Texas.

Snyder is the 10th person to interview with the Bobcats about the vacancy, joining former NBA head coaches Nate McMillan and Jerry Sloan and a slew of current assistants, including Golden State's Michael Malone.

For more on the Bobcats' coaching search, be sure to stay tuned to this StoryStream. For more on professionalish basketball in Charlotte, check out Rufus on Fire.

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