Seven subs: Interim coaches on edge
Kenny Natt spent nine seasons as an assistant in Utah, watching Jerry Sloan rule the Jazz with an iron fist.
He also spent time in Cleveland, observing the much softer touch of Paul Silas, then Mike Brown.
He means no disrespect to the folks he worked with on the Cavs, and he thanks them for teaching him the so-called Popovich system, but Natt would prefer to do things Sloan's way (the Jazz coach has been known to yell at players who let their shirts come untucked at practice) ...
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