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Jerry Sloan hasn't coached since resigned from the Jazz in Feb. 2011. (Melissa Majchrzak/NBA/Getty Images) Jerry Sloan hasn't coached since resigned from the Jazz in Feb. 2011. (Melissa Majchrzak/NBA/Getty Images)

The Milwaukee Bucks have met with former Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan about their coaching vacancy, reports USA Today.

Sloan has not coached in the NBA since resigning from the Jazz in February 2011. Sloan is 1221-803 in 26 seasons as a head coach.

Milwaukee will be seeking to replace Scott Skiles who was fired in midseason and Jim Boylan whose services were not retained after the Bucks were swept in their first-round playoff series against the Miami Heat.

More from USA Today:

Sloan has already met with the Milwaukee Bucks about their vacant coaching position and is being seriously considered. The people spoke to USA TODAY Sports on the condition of anonymity because of the private nature of the coaching search.

Sloan has been looking for a landing spot for quite some time, but he could be a tailor-made fit for a Bucks situation that has much in common with the Utah job he held for 23 years.

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