Tom Izzo was a guest on a Lansing, Mich. radio show today and wouldn't talk specifically about the Cavaliers job, but did address his coaching future. You can listen to the entire interview here.
"I would just say that there are so many things out there that are so far-fetched right now. And I’m the Michigan State coach and that’s what I’m gonna do … who knows what the future brings, but it sure isn’t at all like it’s maybe being speculated.”
Izzo, 55, reiterated that it's important to him to win another national championship before he moves on. The Spartans will likely begin next season ranked in the top three in the nation and the senior class has a chance to leave as the winningest class in school history.
"I’ve said all along Michigan State has been really good to me and I’d like nothing more than to win another national championship here and put us in that elite of elite stature," he said. "I still have that as a very important part of my future."
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