Although everything at this point that comes out in the news other than an update on the Bryan Colangelo secret Twitter account situation seems irrelevant at this time, business within the organization must still go on as normal.
The Sixers are in search of a new top assistant coach to their staff to replace longtime assistant Lloyd Pierce, who was hired by the Atlanta Hawks to fill their head coaching position just a couple weeks ago.
On Wednesday night, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Monty Williams, former head coach of the New Orleans Hornets/Pelicans (2010-2015) and current Vice President of Basketball Operations of the San Antonio Spurs, was in talks with Sixers head coach Brett Brown about the team's top assistant position.
Sixers coach Brett Brown is discussing with Monty Williams a role as top assistant, league sources tell ESPN. Williams is working in the Spurs front office, but has been eager for a return to coaching.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) May 31, 2018