The Orlando Magic hired former player Scott Skiles as their next head coach.
General Manager Rob Hennigan lauded Skiles' 13 years as an NBA head coach.
"Scott clearly distinguished himself as a tremendous fit," Hennigan said. "Our young roster will benefit greatly from Scott's extensive head coaching experience and commitment to teaching smart, physical, unselfish basketball. We believe in Scott's ability to establish a culture of winning habits and accountability that will help guide our team in a positive direction."
He is 13-year veteran NBA coach, with stops in Phoenix, Chicago and Milwaukee. He owns a 443-433 overall coaching record.
Thompson has concussion
Warriors guard Klay Thompson was diagnosed with a concussion and will not practice until he is symptom free.
Thompson went through neurological tests earlier Friday before being diagnosed. The All-Star guard took a knee to the head from Houston's Trevor Ariza in the fourth quarter of Golden State's Western Conference finals clinching win Wednesday night.
Team doctors initially cleared Thompson to return to the game. He ended up not playing, and he started developing symptoms after the game.
Rockets center Dwight Howard was suspended without pay for one game after getting his fourth flagrant foul point in the postseason. Howard will serve his suspension in the first game next season that he is physically able to play.