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Jazz hire Celtics assistant Will Hardy to replace Quin Snyder

The Utah Jazz have hired Will Hardy as the franchise’s next coach, the team announced on Wednesday. The former Boston Celtics assistant will become an NBA head coach for the first time. He will replace Quin Snyder, who decided to leave the Jazz earlier this month after eight seasons.
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Reports: Utah Jazz make offer to Celtics assistant to replace Quin Snyder as head coach

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — The Utah Jazz have made an offer to Boston Celtics assistant Will Hardy to become the franchise’s new head coach, according to multiple reports. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Tuesday the Jazz were finalizing a five-year deal for Hardy to replace former coach Quin Snyder, who left the organization with one year left on his contract.
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Will Utah Jazz Consider Sixers Assistants to Replace Quin Snyder?

Like the Philadelphia 76ers, the Utah Jazz have had a hard time making deep playoff runs since they started consistently making the postseason in 2016-2017. Utah's head coach Quin Snyder joined the organization in 2014, and his team came up short and missed the playoffs under his management two seasons in a row.

Let’s Set Odds: Who Replaces Quin Snyder as Utah Jazz Head Coach?

It has been four days since Quin Snyder stepped down as the coach of the Utah Jazz. Doing so after eight years at the helm. Utah is an organization that is in flux, with potential blockbuster trades on the table, and now a coaching search. The first for Danny Ainge since he hired Brad Stevens in Boston in 2013.

Quin Snyder unable to shake 2021 LA playoff loss

The Utah Jazz and Jerry Sloan had become synonymous with one another. After being joined at the hip for 23-years, Sloan, unannounced, decided that parting ways with the franchise would be in his best interest, doing so during the 2010-11 season. Replacing the Hall of Fame head coach was Tyrone Corbin, who would go on compile a losing record in four seasons.
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Jazz Rumors: 2011 NBA Champ Jason Terry Considered for HC Job to Replace Quin Snyder

The Utah Jazz have reportedly received permission to interview former NBA guard Jason Terry about their head coaching vacancy after Quin Snyder stepped down Sunday. Shams Charania of Stadium and The Athletic reported the update Friday and noted Terry, who serves as head coach of the G League's Grand Rapids Gold, is also "under consideration" to become an assistant in the NBA if he's not hired to lead a staff.

Jazz 'Desperately Wanted' To Retain Quin Snyder As Head Coach

The Utah Jazz attempted to keep Quin Snyder as head coach, but he decided to step down after eight seasons with the team. The Jazz offered Snyder an extension. "We have spent the last few weeks talking, Quin and I, a lot about a lot of different things," team CEO Danny Ainge said during a news conference Monday, a day after Snyder announced he was leaving. "And I think it's pretty clear, we desperately wanted him to stay. And at the same time, I've walked away from coaching and I walked away from being a general manager after 18 years in Boston, and so I trust that Quin knows more what's best for him and his family, much more than we do."

Quin Snyder Made The Best Decision For The Jazz

“I strongly feel they need a new voice to continue to evolve. That’s it. No philosophical differences, no other reason”, Snyder said. Jazz owner Ryan Smith praised Snyder for his work, stating “Quin Snyder has embodied what Jazz basketball is for the last eight years.”. Snyder will...