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New Orleans: the Pelicans pass under the rule of Stan Van Gundy

ByRoborto Sykes

Oct 21, 2020
The New Orleans Pelicans have their new coach. While Alvin Gentry was fired last August following a completely missed relaunch by the Louisiana franchise, the search for a new technician has finally paid off, according to an indiscretion from the American channel. ESPN that the interested party then confirmed via his official account Twitter. To best supervise a workforce led by the duo of Zion Williamson and Brandon Ingram, the leaders of the Pelicans have decided to trust Stan Van Gundy. After two seasons of absence following his departure from the Detroit Pistons one year before the end of his contract, the 61-year-old technician will return to service in New Orleans.

Stan Van Gundy can’t wait to get started

The coach who led Orlando to the NBA Finals in 2009 arrives on the Pelicans bench with great envy. “I am delighted to join the talented New Orleans Pelicans team. It will be an honor to work alongside our players and to work for Ms Benson as well as with David Griffin, Trajan Langdon, their management and the great people of New Orleans, Stan Van Gundy said via his official account. Twitter. I look forward to being able to interact with our players and start the process. “According to ESPN, the contract binding “SVG” to the Pelicans would cover several seasons with an agreement reached this Wednesday at the start of the day, local time. The games between New Orleans and the Houston Rockets could turn into personal rivalry as the Texas franchise would be in line to welcome as coach Jeff Van Gundy, younger brother of Stan Van Gundy.