Report: 76ers add Cassell, 2 others to Rivers' coaching staff
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The Philadelphia 76ers continue to add to their coaching and management ranks after reportedly hiring former Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey as their president of basketball operations.

Sam Cassell will join new 76ers head coach Doc Rivers, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer's Keith Pompey. The 50-year-old former All-Star spent the last six seasons on Rivers' Los Angeles Clippers staff after a five-year stint with the Washington Wizards.

The 76ers have also hired longtime Indiana Pacers defensive-minded assistant coach Dan Burke, sources told ESPN's Tim Bontemps. Burke was with the Pacers since 1997, serving on the staff of six different head coaches: Larry Bird, Isiah Thomas, Rick Carlisle, Jim O'Brien, Frank Vogel, and Nate McMillan.

Philadelphia is also expected to hire former Clippers head video coordinator Pete Dominguez to an associate coach role, according to The Athletic's David Aldridge.

Cassell, Burke, and Dominguez will reportedly join David Joerger as members of Rivers' staff. Holdovers Ime Udoka and John Bryant are also still listed on the 76ers' staff directory, and former Pacers boss O'Brien is listed as a senior advisor to the head coach.

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