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    Posted on Jan 18, 2013

    NBA Player Gets Over A Breakup In Record Time

    Marcin Gortat is on to the next one.

    The 13-28 Phoenix Suns parted ways with coach Alvin Gentry today after the team slumped to the worst start in the Western Conference.

    Adam Hunger / Reuters

    Gentry had been with the Suns since the 2008-09 season, and finished with a career record of 158-144.

    Suns center Marcin Gortat had some kind words for his former coach on Twitter when he heard the news.

    Wow...just found out.! Its a weird feeling because we worked together for 3 years.

    Wow...just found out.! Its a weird feeling because we worked together for 3 years.-- Marcin Gortat

    I would like to thank him for all the opportunities he gave me to become a better player. I appreciate the last 3 years we spent together.

    I would like to thank him for all the opportunities he gave me to become a better player. I appreciate the last 3 years we spent together.-- Marcin Gortat

    I wish him all the best.........-- Marcin Gortat

    About an hour later, though, Gortat remembered an old flame...

    Christian Petersen / Getty Images

    Former Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy is currently without a job, but he coached Gortat over four successful years in Orlando. Wasting no time, Gortat began to openly campaign for SVG.

    SVG !!!!-- Marcin Gortat

    SVG is out there.....-- Marcin Gortat

    Photo by Christian Petersen / Getty Images

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