Pelicans’ Alvin Gentry Does Not Care About Job Status
Alvin Gentry was defiant when asked if he’s concerned about his job status after his New Orleans Pelicans lost their fourth straight game Thursday night. The Pelicans fell 99-88 to the last-place Philadelphia 76ers, who stopped a franchise record-tying 23 road games entering the night.
“I really don’t give a s— about my job status,” Gentry said. “I’m gonna work hard, and I’m gonna coach until the day they tell me I’m not the coach here anymore. It doesn’t matter. I don’t ever worry about that. That isn’t anything that I spend five seconds worrying about.”
Source: Justin Verrier of ESPN
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