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Suns Hire Monty Williams as New Head Coach

The Phoenix Suns will hire Philadelphia 76ers assistant Monty Williams to be their next head coach according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Williams, 47, will stay with Philadelphia throughout their playoff run before joining the Suns. He was formerly a head coach in New Orleans from 2010-2015, compiling a 173-221 record five seasons.  He also has experience as an assistant in Portland and Oklahoma City.

The Suns finished this season with a 19-63 record, but have some intriguing young players to work with in DeAndre Ayton and Devin Booker.


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Phoenix Suns 2019 NBA Draft Profile • The Game Haus May 23, 2019 at 10:00 am

[…] Beyond those three building blocks, the Suns don’t have many other promising players. While their first round pick isn’t as high as they may have hoped, Phoenix needs to use this draft to their advantage as they begin the Monty Williams era. […]


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