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Celtics, Clippers call off Doc deal
The final sticking point that stopped the deal was Boston president of basketball operations Danny Ainge insisting that Clippers vice president of basketball operations Gary Sacks give the Celtics two No. 1 draft picks along with DeAndre Jordan, said league officials who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.
The Clippers and Celtics started talks again early Tuesday morning, knowing that Eric Bledsoe wasn't going to be in the deal, but were still unable to make a connection.
Scott, who interviewed for the Clippers' head coaching vacancy last week, was scheduled to meet Tuesday for the first time with owner Donald Sterling, the executives said.
Shaw, the associate head coach of the Indiana Pacers, also interviewed with the Clippers last week. Shaw, who was in Denver on Tuesday interviewing for the Nuggets' job, will meet with Sterling today, the executives said.
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