At the Summer League in Las Vegas, Brase was on the bench: now the contract would no longer be pro tempore. Something seems to have cracked in the relationship with Luis Scola
Dark clouds over the return of Matt Brase at the helm of Pallacanestro Varese. The American technician would have entered the Philadelphia '76ers staff by finding the new head coach, Nick Nurse, for whom he had already worked in the past. At the Summer League in Las Vegas, Brase was on the bench (and not in the gallery watching players on behalf of Varese), officially hired pro tempore to replace an ill colleague.
But in reality it seems that the Sixers are his destination despite the exit from the contract with Openjobmetis expired on June 30th. Something seems to have cracked in the relationship with Luis Scola
majority shareholder of the club, and the clue is strengthened by thinking of the situation of Markel Brown: the player, the fulcrum of the team, is willing to continue with the Openjobmetis but on condition that Brase is still there.
Scola is back from Las Vegas: a clear picture of the situation is expected from him. The farewell of Brase, who has badly digested the penalty that cost the playoffs in Varese, would be the third after the departure of Paolo Galbiati (Brase's deputy will lead Trento) and Michael Arcieri, general manager of the year finished in Trieste in A2 because dissatisfied with the contractual proposals received. Is the Varese of miracles and glittering game losing its pieces?
July 18, 2023 (change July 18, 2023 | 22:12)
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