At the time Mike Montgomery took the job, I thought it was a no-lose situation for him. Best case: he'd get the credit for making winners out of Golden State when no one else in the last decade-plus could. Worst case: he'd fail where others had failed already, collect some NBA checks in the process and then find a nice large-conference program to be the CEO of after being fired. Which will probably be the case in the end, but I just didn't expect it to be this abrupt.
And as for now with Golden State, hopefully that WE CAME TO PLAY banner isn't part of some landfill at this point.
As reported in this thread, Jazz owner Larry H. Miller had his legs amputated back in January due to complications from type-2 diabetes. Well, yesterday, passed away from that very same illness. He was 64.