With the Brooklyn Nets considering all their options for their head coaching vacancy, it also means Jacque Vaughn has a chance to get the role on a permanent basis.

Now, according to Marc Berman of the New York Post, general manager Sean Marks has actually a motivation to upgrade the status of the Nets' interim head coach.

One league source says the motivation for Marks to keep Vaughn is that the GM can have input with him. The two go back to their San Antonio days when Marks was an executive there and Vaughn was an assistant coach from 2010-12.

Following the removal of Kenny Atkinson from the head coaching position in March, top assistant Vaughn was tasked to take on the vacated role on an interim arrangement. However, it appears that he has done enough to impress the Nets front office — Marks in particular.

As noted by Berman's, the relationship between Sean Marks and Jacque Vaughn could play a huge role in the latter's advancement within the organization. Atkinson is a hands-on GM, and it is important for him that his inputs are heard by the Nets' coaching staff.

It is worth noting that Vaughn is relatively inexperienced, with his only other spell as a head coach coming in a brief, three-year spell with the Orlando Magic between 2012 and 2015. Then again, based on what we've seen so far, Vaughn is his own man and Nets fans do not expect him to be nothing more than a pawn for Marks.