Sources told ESPN
that the Cleveland Cavaliers contacted Florida's Billy Donovan about their coaching vacancy.
On Thursday Donavon told reporters that he is happy at Florida.
He declined to specify which teams called -- Detroit, Golden State, the Los Angeles Lakers, Minnesota, New York and Utah also have openings -- and jokingly cited his brief stint with the NBA's Orlando Magic in 2007 as reason for keeping details private.
"I have spoken to a couple NBA teams, and that's all I'm going to say," Donovan said. "It's always flattering, but at the same time, I've always said that I'm very happy here and like it here."
Donovan, who just finished his 18th season with the Gators, has won two national championships and made four Final Four appearances at Florida.