The NBA's coaching carousel can move very quickly at times, and right now it's spinning more rapidly than ever.

Just days after the Memphis Grizzlies fired head coach Dave Joerger, it appears that he'll have a new home on the west coast.

The same day he was terminated by the Grizzlies, Joerger was rumored to be the new front-runner for the Sacramento Kings‘ coaching vacancy. The process is accelerating quickly.

According to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Kings and Joerger are “progressing rapidly in discussions,” and meeting owner Vivek Ranadive will be the “final hurdle” between Joerger and the job.

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It appears that Joerger will be making around $4 million a year, with Wojnarowski reporting a possible three-year, $12 million deal while ESPN's Marc Stein believes it will be $16 million over the course of four years.

Prior to his dismissal from Memphis, Joerger had asked about interviewing for the Kings' open head coaching spot. It played a big role in him ultimately being let go, but it appears that he might've left anyway considering Sacramento's mutual interest.

The Grizzlies were dealt a number of crushing blows on the injury front this season, including the loss of All-Star center Marc Gasol. Still, Memphis managed to make the playoffs, and in Joerger's three-year tenure they went a combined 147-99.

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