The Philadelphia 76ers have hired seasoned NBA veteran Mike D’Antoni as associate head coach, The Inquirer reported Thursday night, citing two league sources.
D’Antoni joins the beleaguered Sixers on the heels of coach Brett Brown agreeing last Friday to a two-year extension that will carry him through the 2018-19 season and Jerry Colangelo being named chairman of basketball operations Monday. Colangelo also will serve as an adviser to team ownership.
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