Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob said he has not had any discussions about the job status of coach Mark Jackson.
Jackson still has one year left on his current deal after this season. Even though the Warriors won 51 games in the regular season, Jackson's season has not gone smoothly.
In March, assistant coach Brian Scalabrine was reassigned within the organization. Last month, another assistant -- Darren Erman -- was fired for allegedly recording conversations between the team's coaches and players.
"Honest to God, that's the media that is doing all this," Lacob said to Yahoo! Sports. "There is nothing going on until after the season. I refuse to let anyone talk about that. We don't talk about it. We haven't had that discussion. Everybody in the entire organization is reviewed after the season and we make decisions."Their first-round series with the Los Angeles Clippers is tied at three games a piece, after Golden State's 100-99 victory in Game 6. Game 7 is Saturday and the winner will take on the victor of the Oklahoma City Thunder-Memphis Grizzlies series.