Wondering if he takes Brad’s call?
Highly highly doubt it
Doesn’t seem like the type of job he’d want but I assume he’d mesh well with Stevens. I feel like Tony would be better suited for a small market NBA job for a team that isn’t capable of building a superteam like Boston
Tony is not going to coach pro ball. A NBA coach has no say about anything. Tony won’t go for that. No 5 pillars there
I’d say the way things have unfolded for Stevens and Beilein certainly help our chances of keeping TB forever
Also with K retiring we can rule the ACC until he gets tired of it…we will be Villanova South.
“I’ve talked to a number of NBA teams when they’ve had openings. It was a no. It was a ‘not even going to have a conversation with you,’” Wojnarowski told Long. “That interest has been there. And you talk about a guy who’s loyal to where he is and seems to love what he’s doing.”
I mean…wasn’t this posted just a few weeks ago?
F’ that. Villanova is UVa North.
Stevens jisr for a promotion
Between Pitino and Stevens, you’d think the Celtics would be a little hesitant to go to the college ranks this time. Stevens wasn’t a failure per se, but it wasn’t the success story they were looking for either.
I find the narrative flipping on Steven’s bizarre. He took three very mediocre teams (by ECF standards) to the eastern conference finals. This year was a bit of a bummer but the back end of that roster is abysmal.
I don’t think Steven’s was a failure. I’d say Ainge let him down failing to turn a boatload of picks into much. What Steven’s does in the front office will be interesting. The Celts are not in great position beyond a yr or two