Brooklyn Nets has a new coach, hope for Durant – Irving

After the 2019-2020 season only stopped in the first round of the Playoffs, the Brooklyn Nets basketball team leadership decided to introduce the changes on the steering bench. Accordingly, coach Kenny Atkinson was fired and the temporary name in the stage of playing in the “concentration camp” Orlando recently was assistant Jacque Vaughn.

However, with a lineup of many promising names such as Spencer Dinwiddie, Jaret Allen, Caris LeVert, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot and especially two superstars Kevin Durant – Kyrie Irving, Jacque Vaughn can hardly be the name of long-term choice for the position of head coach.

So, after a while, the representative from New York decided to appoint the legendary Steve Nash for the position to lead the Brooklyn Nets in the next season. With a strategic mindset that has been demonstrated since he was still playing in the NBA, the former Phoenix Suns throwback promises to be the ideal choice for the Barclays Center home team as a captain.

In addition, the contract between the two parties was signed with a term of 4 years. CEO Sean Marks and owner Joe Tsai both feel very pleased about the deal. In the short term, Steve Nash’s mission will be to lead the Brooklyn Nets to become a formidable force in the East.

This is expected to be an not easy target when in similar circumstances, Philadelphia 76ers captain Brett Brown has just been fired for unsatisfactory performances despite owning two Joel Embiid superstars – Ben Simmons information.

Author: Alma Nelson