The Celtics are officially reorganizing! Three teaching assistants poached by Uduka will seek new helpers for Mazura
On June 1, Beijing time, the NBA Finals will officially start tomorrow. After being eliminated by the Heat, Boston reporter Gary Washburn reported that three Celtics' assistant coaches will leave the team to assist Uduka with the Rockets.
Gary Washburn noted that three Celtic assistants will be leaving the team: Ben Sullivan, Aaron Miles and Mike Moser. After leaving Celtic, they will join Rockets coach Uduka on the coaching staff. It is worth mentioning that these three were originally the assistant coaches that Uduka sought when he joined the Green Army. Earlier in the season, Uduka was fired for violating team discipline, and he subsequently became Rockets coach, and the three assistants made the decision to continue following Uduka.
Gary Washburn also pointed out that the Celtics lost last season's head coach Udoka (suspended for violations), assistant coach Will Hardy (now Jazz head coach) and Damon Stoudemire (Georgia Tech head coach) for various reasons this season, but the team and Mazura have not had a chance to adjust the coaching staff for an entire season.
After the Celtics were out, the clamor for Mazura to leave the class became very high. But according to previous reports, while the Celtics failed to complete the championship this season, Mazura gradually built some popularity in the series against the Heat. The Celtics will be seeking more assistants to help upgrade their coaching staff this offseason. Mazura has a contract of 14 million guaranteed for a duration of 3 years. And now, with the departure of three assistant coaches, it heralds the official restructuring of the Celtics.