Brooklyn parting ways with some of coaching staff… looking for candidates

Brooklyn Nets revamp their coaching staff.

According to ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnalowski, Brooklyn is changing its coaching staff.

Brooklyn got off to a pretty disappointing start last season. Eventually, manager Steve Nash was fired, and coach Jack Byrne led the team as acting manager. After much consideration, Brooklyn appointed acting manager Byrne, not a new person.

Since then, Brooklyn has been in the limelight as a strong candidate for the championship while continuing its winning streak. However, things changed rapidly when Kyrie Irving (Dallas) requested a trade. Then, as Kevin Durant (Phoenix) also wanted to trade after much thought, Brooklyn’s tremendous momentum in the middle of the season disappeared in one fell swoop. Instead, he decided to prepare for the future by securing several prospects and a number of first-round tickets.

Coach Byrne, who made good use of his existing power during the season, managed the team well despite the sudden change in power after the middle of the season. He made good use of a number of forwards, including Mikal Bridges, Cameron Johnson, Royce O’Neill, and Dorian Finney-Smith, and even Nicholas Claxton, to strengthen the team’s front line. Thanks to this, Brooklyn succeeded in advancing to the playoffs on its own and decided to look ahead.

The upcoming 2023-2024 season will begin in earnest with the current Brooklyn configuration. At the same time, it’s the first full season since Byrne took over the helm. It is understood that Brooklyn is trying to set up a coaching staff that reflects the intentions of coach Byrne. Crucially, since the steadfast presidential candidate is starting to rebuild, it needs a promising player and a leader who will bring up the existing power. 토토사이트

Brooklyn has decided not to stay with coaches Igor Kokoshkov, Brian Keef and Thiago Splitter. All of them were with former manager Nash. Coach Kokoshkov took over ahead of this season. Coach Keef joined Brooklyn from the 2021-2022 season. Coach Splitter has worked as Brooklyn’s coach since the 2019-2020 season.

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