Tom Nissalke, who was the first coach of the Utah Jazz and also coached in the NBA in Seattle, Houston and Cleveland, has died at age 87. He also was the ABA Coach of the Year with Dallas.
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Despite coming off a dominant MVP season in which he led the Bucks to the Eastern Conference finals, Giannis Antetokounmpo told ESPN "there's a lot of things I can improve on."