Former NBA Guard Jeff Hornacek Named Phoenix Suns New Head Coach

Former NBA guard Jeff Hornacek was recently hired on May 28 as the new head coach of the Phoenix Suns. Hornacek, 50, who had been an assistant coach with the Utah Jazz since 2011, has agreed to a a three-year contract to join the Suns, according to media sources. Hornacek joins the Suns in his first head-coaching job at a time when the Suns are coming off a last place finish in the Western Conference at 25-57, the fourth worst record in the NBA. Jeff Hornacek is named new head coach of the Phoenix Suns on May 28, 2013. Jeff Hornacek is also a popular motivational speaker says PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency.

Jeff Hornacek played guard in the NBA from 1986-2000 primarily with the Utah Jazz and Phoenix Suns. He is considered one of the best free throw shooters in the league, once making 67 in a row from November 12, 1999 to January 6, 2000. One of his most well-known mannerisms was stroking the side of his face three times before every free-throw attempt. That was his way of saying hello to his three children during the game. He holds a career free throw percentage of 87.7, 13th highest in NBA history. He was named an All-Star in 1991 and his jersey #14 was retired by the Jazz.

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