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Alvin Gentry staying in Sacramento, takes on new role with Kings

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The former associate coach for the Sacramento Kings is staying with the organization but in a new role. It's been over four months since Alvin Gentry was relieved of his coaching duties. Now he has taken a job in a new front office position, Sacramento Kings officials confirmed to KCRA 3 on Monday.
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Alvin Gentry remains with Kings in front office role

Alvin Gentry has accepted a full-time position in the Kings‘ front office, according to Shams Charania and Sam Amick of The Athletic (Twitter link), who report that Gentry’s title will be vice president of basketball engagement. Gentry began the 2021-22 season as an assistant on Luke Walton‘s coaching...
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Should Tom Thibodeau add Alvin Gentry to Knicks staff?

With the departure of Kenny Payne for a head coaching job of his own, New York Knicks head coach Tom Thibodeau has a vacancy next to him on the bench. Alvin Gentry might be exactly what Thibodeau and the Knicks need. The Athletic’s Fred Katz went on the Knicks Fan...

Alvin Gentry won't return as Kings' coach

April 12 - Sacramento Kings interim head coach Alvin Gentry will not get the full-time job, the team announced Monday. The Kings were 24-41 under Gentry, who replaced Luke Walton in November. Sacramento fired Walton early in his third season after a 6-11 start. The Kings finished 30-52. Sacramento general...
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Kings fire interim coach Alvin Gentry, miss playoffs for 16th year

The Sacramento Kings fired interim coach Alvin Gentry on Monday, a day after the franchise missed the playoffs for an NBA-record 16th straight season. The 67-year-old Gentry was promoted from associate head coach to interim coach when the Kings fired Luke Walton in November following a 6-11 start. Sacramento finished the season at 30-52.
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De’Aaron Fox, Domantas Sabonis commend Alvin Gentry for making most of ‘tough situation’

Wasting no time, the Sacramento Kings are scouring the realm of coaches to replace interim head coach Alvin Gentry, who they decided not to bring back on Monday. Looking to the faces of the franchise in the De’Aaron Fox and “The Ox,” Domantas Sabonis, the two have both staked their claim in joining in the search for who will steer the helm of the ship next.
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Alvin Gentry won't return as Kings' head coach, discussing front-office role with team, per report

Alvin Gentry's run as head coach of the Sacramento Kings has come to an end, according to ESPN. Gentry might not be leaving the organization entirely, though, as he is reportedly discussing a move into the team's front office. Gentry was named Sacramento's interim head coach following the dismissal of Luke Walton in November, and led the team to a 24-41 record the rest of the way. The Kings finished the season outside of the playoff picture in the Western Conference with a 30-52 overall record.

Alvin Gentry Won’t Return to Kings Bench Next Season

Alvin Gentry won’t return to the Sacramento Kings bench next season and the team will begin searching for their next season. Gentry joined the Kings as an Associate Head Coach in 2020 and was promoted to interim head coach after the team fired Luke Walton one month into the season. As Gentry still has one more year in his contract, the team is discussing with him a role in the front office, according to Adrian Wojnarowski from ESPN.

Kings part ways with Alvin Gentry as head coach

The Sacramento Kings fired Luke Walton as head coach in November after the team started the 2021-22 NBA season at 6-11. Associate head coach Alvin Gentry was promoted to the role of interim coach for the remainder of the campaign but could only slow the figurative bleeding. The Kings finished the season at 30-52 and 12th in the Western Conference standings to miss the postseason for the 16th consecutive year.