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Topic - Steve Clifford
Bobcats coach Steve Clifford said he is ready to return to coaching just three days after a procedure to have two stents placed in his heart,
Bobcats coach Steve Clifford returned to the court Monday night, three days after having two stents placed in his heart.
Charlotte Bobcats head coach Steve Clifford will need a procedure to have two stents placed in his heart and will not coach Friday night's game against the New York Knicks.
Bobcats president of basketball operations Rod Higgins said head coach Steve Clifford remains hospitalized after being admitted late Thursday night because he was not feeling well.
The Charlotte Bobcats said head coach Steve Clifford underwent a successful procedure Friday to have two stents placed in his heart.
As a player Patrick Ewing never envisioned himself as an NBA head coach. Now he can't wait to become one.
The 50-year-old Ewing was a teammate of Bobcats owner Michael Jordan on the 1992 USA Olympic "Dream Team" that won gold at the Barcelona Games.
The Charlotte Bobcats have hired Los Angeles Lakers assistant Steve Clifford to become their new coach.
"I will have to, but it's only been two days and obviously it hasn't shown up yet," he said with a laugh as he rubbed his stomach.
"I had significant pain in my chest and I was having trouble breathing," Clifford said. "So it was scary enough where I had them call 911. And I was lucky that I did. ... Once I got the hospital I felt good."