If you’re looking for a new career in being a NBA coach, this might be the prefect time to apply.
After a pretty decent season, the Hornets have decided to let their head coach Steve Clifford go. Clifford joined the team in the 2013-2014 season and lead the team to two playoffs in 2013 and 2016.
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General Manager Mitch Kupchak made this statement:
“I want to thank Coach Clifford for his contributions to the Hornets. I know he has worked incredibly hard on behalf of the organization and we wish him the best moving forward. The search for a new coach will begin immediately.”
The Hornets finished the 2017-18 season with a 36-46 record, seven games behind Washington for the final playoff spot in the NBA’s Eastern Conference.
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