The Philadelphia 76ers are currently the only team in the NBA without a head coach, but that will certainly change soon - mainly because it has to.
The latest rumors come from ESPN's Chris Broussard, who is reporting that the team will interview Bulls assistant Ed Pinckney, who won a national title with Villanova in 1985.
Broussard also reports that new GM Sam Hinkie plans to meet with another Bulls assistant, Adrian Griffin, and has shown interest in Nuggets assistant Melvin Hunt.
Pinckney, the 1985 NCAA Final Four Most Outstanding Player, was the 10th pick (Suns) in that year's draft. He played in the NBA for 13 seasons, including one with the Sixers (1995-96).