The Denver Nuggets have reportedly chosen Brian Shaw as their new head coach.
An NBA source told the Denver Post that Shaw would become the team's next head coach, less than a month after George Karl was fired.
The Nuggets have called a news conference for 4 p.m. ET Tuesday.
The 47-year-old Shaw has been an assistant with the Indiana Pacers the last two seasons. He had been considered a leading candidate for the head coaching position with the Los Angeles Lakers following the retirement of Phil Jackson, but that job went to Mike Brown. Shaw was an assistant with the Lakers from 2005-2011.
During his time with Indiana, Shaw worked under Frank Vogel and helped to develop All-Star forward Paul George. The Pacers won 49 games this season, were the Central Division champions, and lost to eventual NBA champion Miami in the Eastern Conference finals in seven games. It was Indiana's first division title since 2003-04.
A three-time NBA champion during his playing days, Shaw spent time with the Boston Celtics, Miami Heat, Orlando Magic, Golden State Warriors, Philadelphia 76ers, Portland Trail Blazers and Lakers.
Karl, the NBA's top coach in 2012-13 after leading the Nuggets to a team- record 57 wins, including a league-best 38-3 mark at home, guided Denver to a record of 423-257 with playoff appearances in each of his nine seasons. However, the team was eliminated in the first round eight times.