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Dan Hurley turns down Lakers' $70 million offer to continue at UConn, according to reports  

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Staying at UConn: Dan Hurley has decided to remain as head coach at the University of Connecticut (UConn). 

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Turned Down Lakers' Offer: Hurley declined a head coaching offer from the Los Angeles Lakers, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. 

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Offered Contract: The Lakers offered Hurley a six-year, $70 million deal. 

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National Championships: Hurley led UConn to consecutive national championships in 2023 and 2024. 

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Three-Peat Goal: Hurley aims to be the first men's college basketball coach to achieve a three-peat since John Wooden at UCLA. 

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Future NBA Aspirations: Although Hurley is interested in eventually moving to the NBA, the current offer did not persuade him. 

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Lakers' Struggles: The Lakers face significant challenges in becoming competitive in the Western Conference, with LeBron James turning 40 this season. 

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J.J. Redick as Front-Runner: J.J. Redick, currently an NBA Finals commentator for ABC/ESPN, was previously reported as the leading candidate for the Lakers' head coaching position, according to NBA insider Shams Charania. 

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