Jeff Hornacek has come to terms to coach the Phoenix Suns, the team with which he spent the first six years of his playing career, according to a report in the Arizona Republic.
Hornacek, 50, has been a member of Jazz coach Tyrone Corbin's staff since 2011, when he replaced Jerry Sloan midseason. Hornacek played 6 1/2 seasons with the Jazz, including two trips to the NBA Finals, but maintained his family home in the Phoenix area.
Earlier this spring, Hornacek interviewed for jobs with the Philadelphia 76ers and Charlotte Bobcats. Last year, he was a candidate in Orlando before that job went to Hornacek's former Jazz teammate Jacque Vaughn.