The Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart told the Boston Globe “it makes no sense” that the Brooklyn Nets are able to hire Ime Udoka just six weeks after the Celtics suspended him for the entire season.
“His name got slandered and slaughtered and it was, ‘He’ll probably never coach again,’” Smart told The Globe. “And a couple of months later, now he’s possibly going to be the coach of one of our biggest rivals?
“It’s tough. It makes no sense. But we can’t control that. We have to control what we can and I love the team here. I love the coaching staff. I love Joe [Mazzulla].”