Toronto Raptors Interview ESPN Analyst For Head Coach Role

For the second time in the past decade, the Toronto Raptors have fired a Coach of the Year award winner, and with a roster that's in an odd spot going forward, the choice of their next Head Coach is one of the most important decisions this franchise will make in quite some time.

It comes as no surprise that they're looking to exhaust every possibility in their coaching search, and it has now been revealed that the organization have officially interviewed former NBA role player and current ESPN analyst J.J. Reddick for the role.

Reddick has had previous interest around the league as a coach, as his podcast is considered one of the best around the world for X's and O's in the NBA sphere, and with being so well-spoken, so much experience in the league and someone that players can easily look too, this would certainly not be the worst hire for Toronto. 

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