The Boston Celtics may be hoping to add another face to the positions of their associate mentors soon on the off chance
that a specific current right hand mentor finds himself the following lead trainer of the Utah Jazz.
The Salt Lake City Tribune's Andy Larsen reports that Celtics associate mentor Will Hardy is among the main contender to supplant long-term Jazz lead trainer Quin Snyder in the 2022-23 season.
Per Larsen, " Celtics' associate Will Hardy is viewed as by many association insiders to be a main up-and-comer right now."
Given, as the SLC Tribune creator takes note of, that Utah CEO Danny Ainge's residency in Boston didn't cover with Hardy's,
it's anything but a question of individual connections to such an extent as the collection of work set up by Hardy with the Celtics and San Antonio Spurs before that which has given him the apparent inside track.
Larsen likewise reports that Phoenix Suns colleague Kevin Young is one more driving name from the pool of interviewees,
which has included Celtics graduated class Jerome Allen, Sam Cassell, and Joe Mazzulla among a huge pool of competitors.