The· Sacramento Kings They are in the midst of a Western Conference playoff race as they are trying to end the league’s best 14-year post-season drought.
Kings won 7 out of 8 games and then lost 4 games in a row. Defeated morale Low Minnesota Timberwolves..Sacramento is the difference between the two games Golden State Warriors The 10th seed of the remaining 21 games.
Luke Walton’s head coach, who is entering his second season with the team, could let go if the Kings are depressed. If so, he may not have to wait long to find his next coach gig.
The· Arizona Wildcats After spending 12 seasons on the program, he fired Sean Miller, head coach of men’s basketball. The obvious relationship is that Walton spent four years in college at Wildcats and helped the team host NCAA tournaments each season.
Walton was asked if he was interested in exploring the opportunity to take over the program during his recent media availability.
“No, I’m not interested. I love Arizona,” Miller said. “Sean Miller did a great job there in his time, but I have a job I love and I have a group that I love to work with. Being here in Sacramento and this is what we do. Is very committed to moving the team in the direction they want and returning the team to the playoffs. “
Walton’s Sacramento record has been 53-70 since the beginning of the 2019-20 season, but he faces criticism of the team’s defensive performance.
The Kings have abandoned 118.6 points per game, the second highest in the NBA, 6.5 points more than last season’s surrender. However, Sacramento is more aggressive, averaging 4.5 points more than during the 2019-20 campaign.
General manager Monte McNair could certainly expect to bring his own coach, especially after taking over Walton from the previous administration. But if Walton could somehow get his army into the playoffs, McNair would have to think long and hard before making any coaching changes.
What do you think about your tenure with Walton’s team? Do you think Kings should let him go after the season?
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Sacramento Kings: Luke Walton says he is “not interested” in the vacancy of coaches at the University of Arizona
https://www.sactownroyalty.com/2021/4/7/22373119/kings-walton-no-interest-in-arizona-wildcats-coaching-opening Sacramento Kings: Luke Walton says he is “not interested” in the vacancy of coaches at the University of Arizona