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George Karl has coached roughly 1,500 NBA games, spanning three decades and five franchises. Scouting, coaching and living a life defined by travel and change. But last spring, George Karl made a trip he wished he never had to make: to Idaho, to help his ailing son, Coby, a guard on the Boise State Broncos, recover from thyroid cancer. George Karl, who recovered from prostate cancer in 2005, went to spend time with his son -- something a NBA coach and his child rarely get a chance to do. (ESPN.com)

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