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August 7, 2014 3:45 PM

Miami Heat great Tim Hardaway ‘ecstatic’ to join Stan Van Gundy’s staff with Pistons

Tim Hardaway, who combined with Alonzo Mourning to help lead the Miami Heat to four consecutive Atlantic Division titles and was at the epicenter of the compelling Heat-Knicks rivalry during that era, said Thursday he is leaving his job as a Heat scout to become an assistant coach on Stan Van Gundy’s staff in Detroit.

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