The NBA coaching carousel has just started spinning.

The Cavaliers and 76ers join the Pistons in looking for a coach, with other openings potentially arriving any day.

Reports saying former Cavaliers and Lakers coach Mike Brown is open to making a return to Cleveland is the only possibility to gain traction so far, but the annual musical chairs routine will heat up.

As far as the Pistons are concerned, there are several potential candidates who still have responsibilities with other teams. They have not talked to any candidates as of yet.

Suns coach Lindsey Hunter’s status hasn’t been decided in Phoenix, and considering his ties as a former player and member of the Pistons’ 2004 NBA championship team, his status is even further in doubt following Monday’s firing of Suns GM Lance Blanks, also a former Piston.

Hunter is someone the Pistons could possibly consider. He enjoys a great relationship with president of basketball Joe Dumars and is well regarded by the organization.

Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer also could be a possibility for the Pistons.