Former USC Star Cynthia Cooper Frontrunner To Replace Michael Cooper

The former USC and WNBA star is in her first season at Texas Southern and previously coached at North Carolina-Wilmington. A Los Angeles native, she is be a natural choice to succeed Michael Cooper and is USC’s first choice, according to sources.

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  • Bill Walton looks 3/4 dead. Talks with mush in his mouth.

  • This is a money-saving move since the team can keep using all the Coach Cooper items …

  • marvgoux1

    This would be as dumb a move by Pat Haden as the recent Tim Floyd interview: “On January 2008, the NCAA penalized Prairie View for NCAA rules violations committed by Cynthia Cooper, reducing the number of scholarships for the team. The school was placed on four years’ probation for major violations in 2005–2006 that ranged from Cooper giving players small amounts of cash to various forms of unauthorized practices. Cooper also gave players free tickets to Houston Comets games, which is another NCAA infraction. Cooper didn’t have a bachelor’s degree despite 4 years spent at USC.” The NCAA would love this hire!