I don't have a link, but heard it on WIBC radio this morning.
If MB can get that job that would be great for him, it is one of the better jobs in the NBA even if the new owner is a pain.
Edit: here is a link.
Associate head coach to interview with Cavs
On his way out? Pacers associate head coach Mike Brown, talking with swingman Stephen Jackson (1), is in the mix as a potential head coach with the Cleveland Cavaliers. -- Matt Kryger / The Star
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By Mike Wells
Indiana Pacers associate head coach Mike Brown is scheduled to interview for the vacant Cleveland Cavaliers head coaching position today.
The Cavaliers, who feature superstar LeBron James, wasted little time in contacting the Pacers about Brown. The Pacers' season ended Thursday with a 4-2 playoff series loss to the Detroit Pistons.
Brown, 35, has spent the past two seasons as Rick Carlisle's top assistant. Brown's top priority is the Pacers' defense. The Pacers finished sixth in the league in points allowed at 92.2 a game this season.
"He's been great for this organization," Pacers CEO Donnie Walsh said. "He's one of the bright coaches out there. When you talk to him, you think he's in his 40s. He's a young coach that has the whole package."
Former Minnesota coach Flip Saunders, who is from Cleveland, ex-Lakers coach Phil Jackson and ex-Golden State coach Eric Musselman also interviewed. Jackson told the Cavaliers he is not interested, and Saunders' price tag might be too high.
Brown is considered a future head coach in the league. This is the second straight offseason he is interviewing for a head coaching position. He interviewed in Toronto and Atlanta last summer.
Brown, along with Pacers forward Stephen Jackson, won a championship as an assistant with the San Antonio Spurs in 2003. He also spent time with Washington and Denver.
Brown isn't the only member of the Pacers in the mix for a job with the Cavaliers.
Pacers senior vice president of basketball operations David Morway is believed to be one of the leading candidates for the Cavaliers' general manager position. Morway is in his seventh season with the Pacers. He works closely with Walsh and president Larry Bird. Morway is responsible for the team's day-to-day administration and oversees the team's salary cap.
Uniform design set
Walsh said the franchise has settled on a new uniform design for next season, although no date has been set to reveal it.
Walsh described the new look as similar to the current pin-striped model, but as being "a little more modern."
The Pacers have worn the same uniform style since Bird's first season as coach (1997-98).
Miller on Letterman
Reggie Miller will make a guest appearance on "Late Show with David Letterman" tonight.
Miller, who retired after 18 seasons with the Pacers, has made several appearances on the Indianapolis native's show throughout his career.