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Could "Dunk City" be on its way to Los Angeles? The latest in the USC coaching search...

Andy Enfield, head coach Florida Gulf Coast University
The buzz is real about Florida Gulf Coast Andy Enfield and an interview this week with USC, as first reported by Yahoo!'s Dan Wetzel.

Enfield, as you most likely know, led his No. 15 seed FGCU Eagles to the sweet 16 in this year's NCAA tournament -- the first time in history a No. 15 has made it to the round of 16.

His squad upset No. 2 Georgetown and No. 7 seed San Diego State before falling to No. 3 Florida.

The 43-year old has only been the head coach at FGCU for two seasons and is credited with changing the culture of basketball at the university. Now, he's in the spotlight as an intriguing candidate in the season of coaching-searches.

Enfield's team brought high energy -- and high-flying play to the NCAA tournament, earning Fort Myers, Fla., it's new nickname "Dunk City".

Los Angeles is already home to "Lob City" … could "Dunk City" be next?

Here is a link to his Florida Gulf Coast bio

Mike Hopkins, Syracuse associate head coach
Syracuse associate head coach Mike Hopkins is the coach-in-waiting for the Orange -- waiting for the day Jim Boehim retires. But could a move out West be a better option for Hopkins?

Hopkins has been on the USC target list since before both Jamie Dixon and Josh Pastner turned down the gig.

The waiting game with Hopkins will continue as the Syracuse Orangemen are now headed for the NCAA's Final-Four.

Sources say the Orange's 15th-year assistant has already met with USC athletic director Pat Haden.

Hopkins is no stranger to Southern California – he was born in San Mateo and attended Mater Dei High School, where he played on the 1987 state team. Fast-forward to 2013 and Mater Dei is just one Southern California program rich with prospects.

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