So hey... in case you haven’t heard the Philadelphia 76ers have an open head coaching post and, yep, Villanova’s Jay Wright is continually named as a possible candidate.
There are reasons why Villanova’s Jay Wright might be interested in coaching the 76ers | CBSSports.com
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O’Neil: Jay Wright to the Sixers? The case for and against the move | The Athletic
(Subscription Req'd) The two-time national championship-winning coach at Villanova is a rumored candidate to make the leap to the NBA.
If Villanova's Jay Wright declines a call from Sixers, status as college basketball legend awaits | Sporting News
Wright will turn 59 during the course of the next college basketball season. In decades past, that might have meant having another good four or five years in him, but the experience of Jim Boeheim, Mike Krzyzewski and Roy Williams suggest he easily could coach beyond age 70.
Villanova's Jay Wright may be right fit to replace Brett Brown as Sixers coach, but are they right fit for him? | Inquirer
Wright has complete control at Villanova, where he has won two national titles and has a chance to become one of the all-time great college coaches.
Opinion: Jay Wright Would Be Crazy to Leave Villanova for this Sixers Roster | Crossing Broad
We can safely start speculating about the next Sixers coach, and the name you’ve heard for a few years now is Villanova’s Jay Wright, who is local, and a winner, and therefore perennially finds himself at the top of the list. But he’d be crazy to leave Nova for the 76ers, wouldn’t he?
Make no mistake, Jay Wright is the best option for Sixers head coach | NBC Sports Philadelphia
In looking at what the Sixers should want in their next head coach, Jay Wright checks every box.
Luka Garza, Ayo Dosunmu highlight Andy Katz’s top returning players for 2020-2021 | NCAA.com
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