PHOENIX - Grand Canyon University will reportedly name a familiar Valley face as their new basketball head coach.
According to inside sources, Grand Canyon University will name Dan Majerle their new head coach.
Majerle played eight seasons with the Phoenix Suns. He also served as an assistant coach for five years before leaving the organization earlier this year after head coach Alvin Gentry "parted ways" with the team .
Majerle would replace Russ Pennell who resigned after four seasons with the program.
Grand Canyon University will be holding a press conference on Monday and is expected to make the official announcement.
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