By Montezz Allen
Lakers assistant coach Kurt Rambis (Robert Gauthier/LA Times)
As promised, the Los Angeles Lakers have been extremely active after the NBA Draft lottery in searching for Mike D’Antoni’s replacement.
According to league sources, the Lakers have already interviewed Byron Scott and Mike Dunleavy. It’s also been reported that LA plans on interviewing Lionel Hollins and Alvin Gentry, too.
Recently, the Lakers interviewed another familiar face for their head coaching vacancy — ex-Laker Kurt Rambis.
Rambis, who’s currently an assistant with the Los Angeles Lakers, coached the Minnesota Timberwolves from 2009-11, but his stint with the franchise was pretty awful to say the least. He posted a 32-132 record during his time there.