CLEVELAND (AP) — A person familiar with the interview says former Cavaliers star guard Mark Price will meet with the team about its coaching job.
Price will sit down with members of Cleveland’s front office on Tuesday, said the person who spoke Monday to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the team is not making any plans public.
A smooth-shooting point guard, Price was a four-time All-Star in nine seasons with the Cavaliers. His No. 25 jersey was retired by the team in 1999.
Price spent last season as an assistant coach with Charlotte. He’s the sixth known candidate to meet with Cleveland.
The Cavs are in the fourth week of their coaching search as they look to replace Mike Brown.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer was first to report Price’s interview.