The Sacramento Kings are still considering whether to offer their vacant head-coaching position to George Karl, sources confirmed to ESPN's Chris Broussard.
Although the Kings and Karl have been in serious talks since this past weekend, the team still has not submitted an offer to the former NBA Coach of the Year, sources confirmed to Broussard.
There is a good chance that the sides will not agree to a deal until after this upcoming weekend's All-Star break, according to sources.
USA Today and Yahoo! Sports reported the latest proceedings in the talks earlier Monday.
Karl, who last coached in the NBA in 2013 and currently works as an analyst at ESPN, is waiting for an offer from Sacramento, which knows what type of deal the longtime coach is looking for, according to sources.
Kings owner Vivek Ranadive has given general manager Pete D'Alessandro full support to make whatever decision he wants regarding the team's next coach, a source confirmed to Broussard. D'Alessandro and Karl previously worked together with the Denver Nuggets.
Karl has not commented on numerous reports linking him to the Kings' coaching vacancy. He ranks sixth all time among NBA coaches with 1,131 wins and was named the league's Coach of the Year after guiding the Nuggets to a 57-25 record in the 2012-13 season.
The Kings are 7-19 under interim coach Tyrone Corbin, who was promoted in December after the team fired Mike Malone.
ESPN.com's Marc Stein contributed to this report.