‘Boston Official Manager’ Joe Mazzula “A dream come true” 

Joe Mazzula (34) has switched to the official manager of the Boston Celtics (hereafter referred to as Boston).

Boston said on the morning of the 17th (Korean time) through the club’s official social network service (SNS) that Majula had been removed from the temporary title and was appointed as the official manager. Mazzula officially became the 19th manager in Boston’s franchise history.

Boston, led by Mazzula, is 42-17 (0.712) this season, ranking first in the NBA overall. Now Boston has finished the first half and entered the All-Star break.

On being appointed head coach, Mazzula said: “A lot has happened, but as I always say, I’m just grateful. “Especially in terms of working with players I can coach,” he said. “It was definitely a dream come true.”

“Since I came here, as an assistant바카라, I always felt their support, communication and honesty,” he said. I knew I thought in a way that would make me successful, and I believed I would get my chance. I was just comfortable with the Celtics’ attitude towards me and communication,” he confessed his feelings while working as a temporary worker.

Brand Stevens didn’t want Joe Mazzula to coach in a temporary role in the playoffs. He appointed Majula as an assistant coach in 2019.

“I think Joe is definitely a good coach and a great leader,” Stevens said.

“I hope the postseason isn’t in a cloud of uncertainty,” said Stevenson, who wanted to give Majula a chance to finish the regular season. I have confidence and I believe Joe will do a great job.”

Earlier last year, just days before training camp, Mazzula took over from head coach Imme Udoka, who was suspended for violating the team’s code of conduct.

Meanwhile, Mazula will coach Giannis’ team at the All-Star Game held at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA at 10:00 am on the 20th.

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