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Los Angeles Lakers Will “Definitely Have Interest” In Doc Rivers If He’s Fired, Says Brian Windhorst

Doc Rivers just finished his second season coaching the Philadelphia 76ers on Thursday night. The Miami Heat took care of things and beat the Sixers 99-90 to advance to the 2022 Eastern Conference finals, where they’ll wait for either the Boston Celtics or Milwaukee Bucks. 

On the other hand, the Sixers will enter an offseason where they could see some major changes on the roster and the bench. Doc Rivers has been eliminated in the same round in his two years with the team, and many people believe his time in Philly might be coming to an end.

That’s not necessarily bad for the 2008 NBA champion, as there’s one team very interested in his services. The Los Angeles Lakers have been linked with the coach for a couple of weeks now, and if the Sixers let him go, he would have the chance to return to Los Angeles two years after leaving the Clippers. 

On ESPN’s Get Up, Brian Windhorst explained Rivers’ current situation and what could happen to him in the near future. 

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