The Los Angeles Lakers have agreed to terms with Byron Scott to be their next head coach.
Sources told ESPN.com that Scott agreed to a four-year, $17 million deal with L.A., and the former Lakers guard confirmed the agreement to KCBS-TV on Saturday night.
"It feels fantastic," he told sportscaster Jim Hill. "This is a dream come true. ... It's so unreal. I have to thank (general manager) Mitch (Kupchak), Jeanie and Jim Buss to give me this opportunity."
Scott has been the front-runner for the job since Mike D'Antoni resigned April 30. He was a three-time champion during L.A.'s Showtime era, has a close relationship with Kobe Bryant and has familiarity with the roster after having worked as an analyst last season for the Lakers' local TV station.
He's coached three NBA teams, most recently Cleveland from 2010-13.
Kevin Harvick won the pole for Sunday's Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He had a fast lap of 188.470 mph at the 2.5-mile oval, breaking Ryan Newman's track qualifying record of 187.531. Four-time Brickyard winner Jeff Gordon qualified second at 187.770. Also,
Ty Dillon pulled away from Kyle Busch down the stretch to win the Nationwide Series race.
Jim Furyk shot a 5-under 65 for a three-stroke lead at the Canadian Open at Royal Montreal. Furyk, the 2006 winner at Hamilton and 2007 champion at Angus Glen, was at 15-under 195. Tim Clark was second after a 64.
Wayne Rooney scored two goals and added an assist in Manchester United's 3-2 victory over AS Roma in the International Champions Cup before 54,117 in Denver.
Brittney Griner had 18 points, and Phoenix (21-3) won its 15th straight game, 78-63 over New York. Former Stanford star Nneka Ogwumike had 22 points to help Los Angeles beat Seattle 77-69.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.