“Finally some good news” Twitter ERUPTS as Brooklyn Nets fire Head Coach Steve Nash after two seasons


“Finally some good news” Twitter ERUPTS as Brooklyn Nets fire Head Coach Steve Nash after two seasons

Steve Nash

The Brooklyn Nets have been trying extremely hard to make a comeback and win the title. Steve Nash was one of those important pieces that they sought help from to achieve their long time goal. Last season was complete turmoil as the team nearly missed their chance to participate in the post-season games. Unfortunately, it seems as though the Nets are trying to enforce much heavier changes.

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NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski revealed that the Nets have mutually parted ways with their head coach via Twitter. The team started off their season with an awful record of 2-5 with their most recent win coming off last night’s game against the Indiana Pacers. This was certainly not the position they expected to find themselves in and this could have also triggered releasing Nash from his post.

As reported by the NBA, Nets general manager Sean Marks revealed that “Steve was faced with a number of unprecedented challenges.” In the same report, owner Joe Tsai expressed his gratitude towards the former head coach. He said, “My admiration and respect for him grew over time as he brought hard work and positive attitude to our organization every day… We began this journey as colleagues, we part as friends.”

Not everybody preferred having Steve Nash leading Brooklyn. The team hardly saw improvement ever since it was put together in 2020. Now that the team has a healthy roster all fingers were pointed at Nash’s ability to coach a team. Fans were almost thrilled over the team’s decision to let go of him. Here are a few reactions.

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Steve Nash failed to lead the Nets to a championship

Steve Nash surprised with the technical foul call
Steve Nash surprised with the technical foul call

Nash joined the squad two seasons ago and was heavily blamed for the Nets’ shortcomings. The team lacked chemistry and the roster was barely put to good use either. Despite making it through the play-in tournament, the team quickly display all its flaws against the Boston Celtics in the first round of the playoffs. They were swept by the Celtics who managed to reach the NBA Finals.

Earlier during the off-season, Kevin Durant seemed to have had an issue with Steve Nash after giving the team’s owner an ultimatum to either trade him or release the coach. Despite having all parties come to a mutual agreement, it all boiled down to their lacking proper leadership.

Steve Nash very recently got ejected during a game against the Milwaukee Bucks. For someone who is known for his calm and collected attitude, the former Nets coach released all of his frustrations onto the officials over a missed foul call. The team is yet to release further details on who is expected to replace Steve’s position.

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