Boston appoints Joe Mazzula as acting manager

Joe Majula (35) of the Boston Celtics of the American Professional Basketball Association (NBA) has been removed from the ring.

On the 17th (Korean time), the Celtics club announced that it would appoint Majula as the official manager and extend his contract. Details of the contract were not disclosed.

Majula was appointed acting manager just before the start of training camp in September. He replaced head coach Ime Udoka, who was suspended for the entire 2022-23 season for violating the club’s bylaws.

There was a voice of concern because it was a sudden acting manager, but it was only a reason. He led the team to first place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 42 wins and 17 losses in the first half.

He also liked the content of the game. They ranked 3rd in the league in offensive rating (117.9) and 5th in defensive rating (111.7)슬롯사이트, becoming the only team this season to finish in the top 5 in both categories.

As coach of Fairmont State University in the second division of college basketball 10 years ago, he joined the Boston G League team in 2016 as a coach and started a relationship with the Celtics.

After returning to Fairmont State University to coach for two years, he rejoined the Boston coaching staff in 2019. He then coached Boston for three seasons.

Brad Stevens, who hired him as head coach in 2019 and is now president of basketball operations, praised him in a press release, saying, “As you can see from what he has shown, he is a very talented coach and leader.”

“He has a very unique ability to use shock therapy in the execution of his mission. We are grateful for his support so far, and we are excited to see what he will lead us to in the future.”

He will be coaching Team Giannis in this All-Star Game as the manager of the first team in the Eastern Conference.

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