This podcast deals with racial culture (not racism) in relation to Mark Jackson's dismissal at Golden State. It's pretty interesting. (SB Nation's Paul Flannery interviewing San Jose Mercury New's Marcus Thompson)
Though there are big differences between Jackson's and Corbin's personalities and achievements as well as between Lacob's and Miller/Lindsey's approaches, I think there's some interesting possible cultural insights from this podcast in regard to: coaching stereotypes, media narratives, and the analytics movement. It may also give insight into why Jazz management was apparently so keen to have Corbin's back even while everyone knew they might want to part ways with him at the end of the year.
With the ideas from the podcast, a contrast between the Warriors and the Jazz in the present coaching search is fairly clear. Lacob (if Locke is correct in his reporting) used the classic racial-without-recognizing-it rationale for the Kerr hire: I know and feel comfortable with him despite his lack of experience, in large part because he's been my golfing buddy. The Jazz, on the other hand, seem to be taking their time, casting their net wide, and have apparently given an African American their first formal interview.