Stan Van Gundy
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"Stanley Alan "Stan" Van Gundy" is an American professional basketball coach, currently serving as the head coach and president of basketball operations of the National Basketball Association's Detroit Pistons. From 2003 to 2005, he was the head coach of the Miami Heat but resigned in 2005 mid-season, turning the job over to Pat Riley. Van Gundy then coached the Orlando Magic for five seasons from 2007 to 2012, leading them to the 2009 NBA Finals. He is the brother of former New York Knicks and Houston Rockets coach Jeff Van Gundy.

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I'll help out any way I can after I spend some time with my family.

We'll see if we can make some adjustments, but we're certainly not going to panic.

I emerged from summer league feeling that I would have no trouble, no problem playing Wayne Simien. And I think that's the first step for any player. ... Can a coach put you in the game and feel OK about it? I think he has the skills and the smarts and the toughness where you would have no problem.

Shaquille obviously looked rusty offensively. But he looked very good on the defensive glass, and he was more active defensively than he was for big parts of last year.

Tony Parker, if you've been watching this year, has just been picking people apart on the pick-and-rolls. We made it a major emphasis and made a decent effort. ... It was tough to contain him tonight.

They do a great job at the basket. They're a team that doesn't give up points in the paint, and it's tough to get anything to the rim, and we didn't have a lot of guys making (outside) shots.

I made this decision for one reason and one reason only: I love my family.

I don't even know what I was thinking. Obviously I wasn't in my right mind.