Report: Rockets Hiring D’Antoni as Head Coach
The Rockets are nearing a four-year agreement with Mike D’Antoni to become their head coach, according to reports.
The Houston Rockets are finalizing a four-year, $16 million-plus deal to hire Mike D’Antoni as head coach, league sources told The Vertical.
The Rockets will hold a team option on the fourth year of the deal, sources said.
D’Antoni, the associate head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, was the strong preference of Houston ownership, and brings with him his vaunted “Seven Seconds or Less” offense that he’ll build around All-Star guard James Harden.
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