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Ime Udoka:

Ime Udoka:

Ime Udoka

Ime Sunday Udoka (/ˈiːmeɪ uːˈdoÊŠkÉ™/ EE-may oo-DOH-kÉ™; born August 9, 1977) is an American—Nigerian professional basketball coach and former player who is the head coach for the Boston Celtics of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He represented the Nigeria national team during his playing career. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

Ime Udoka is the Head Coach of the Boston Celtics. On June 28, 2021, Udoka became the 18th Head Coach in Celtics history. (Source: nbacoaches.com)

Hey, Coach. You seem like a pretty even-keeled guy so you probably don’t need this note. And we’ll preface any advice offered below by acknowledging that we’re just some nerd who watches a lot of basketball, really likes Robert Williams, and somehow gets paid to scream about these things. (Source: www.nbcsports.com)

Now, I seem to recall Gregg Popovich saying you’re not a drinker -- this team might make you change your mind! -- so you might have to settle for simply tossing aside your iPad and grabbing a Topo Chico. If you have Twitter on any of your devices, you should probably delete it for your sanity. Literally burn your burners. Social media is an angry place. (Source: www.nbcsports.com)

How Marcus Smart Adapted Under Ime Udoka Has Me Buying Into Celtics

I was out on Marcus Smart and the Celtics.

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Celtics Head Coach Ime Udoka joins Sean Grande ahead of the Celtics matchup with the Brooklyn Nets. (Source: 985thesportshub.com)

Forsberg: Udoka's first win a brief moment of joy for Celtics originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston (Source: www.nbcboston.com)

Yes, a couple of social media glimpses suggested it was quite a scene inside the visitor’s locker room in Houston as the Celtics celebrated a 107-97 triumph at the Toyota Center. (Source: www.nbcboston.com)

“It took long enough,” deadpanned Jayson Tatum, whose 31 points helped the Celtics take control after an underwhelming first half. “But happy for [Udoka]. I can only imagine being a head coach, first head coaching job in the NBA, just to get that off your back, get the first one out the way. I’m sure it means a lot to him, his family. I'm happy for him.” (Source: www.nbcboston.com)

 

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