The 76ers have interviewed Dallas assistant Dwane Casey and former Washington head man Eddie Jordan for a second time about the Sixers' coaching vacancy.
A person familiar with the decisions confirmed the interview on condition of anonymity because an announcement wasn't made, according to Yahoo Sports.
Casey and Jordan both interviewed with Sixers president/general manager Ed Stefanski in the past few days, according to the Daily News.
Casey led Minnesota to a 33-49 record in 2006-07 and was fired 40 games into the 2007-08 season. Casey spent this season on Rick Carlisle's staff in Dallas.
Jordan was let go by the Wizards early last season. He has a losing career record of 230-288 in parts of eight seasons with Washington and Sacramento.
The other known candidates are Boston Celtics assistant Tom Thibodeau and Sixers scout Phil Ford.
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The Sixers informed Lakers assistant Kurt Rambis this week he was no longer a candidate.