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Speaking with the Media on Tuesday at the annual SEC meetings, Gators head coach Billy Donovan said they he doesn't want to guarantee a return to Florida. Per ESPN:
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Donovan said last week that he has been in contact with "several" NBA teams about head-coaching jobs. He declined again to say which teams, but reports say the Cleveland Cavaliers have shown interest.

"I think when you start making guarantees about life and start making guarantees about where you're going to be, that's not good because if for some reason I ever change my mind and did something, I wouldn't want (people) saying, 'Well, he promised, he guaranteed, he said this on record,'" Donovan said. "I just think when you start doing that, that's a mistake."
In 2007, Donovan left Florida briefly to become the coach of the NBA's Orlando Magic, but he changed his mind a few days later and returned to Gainesville.

Do you think he will try to make the jump to the NBA again?
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Originally published on SECRant.com

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