Brooklyn Nets worst example of dysfunction and there's no end in sight | Opinion

You read correctly. Nash's replacement, Udoka, the Boston Celtics' banned head coach, is about to take over.

Udoka was suspended by the Celtics just before training camp for "violations of company standards," including, according to ESPN, having a connection with a team employee and using foul language.

There is no denying Udoka's skill as a coach. He guided the Celtics to the NBA Finals the previous year. However, it doesn't make much sense for a team steeped in controversy to hire a coach whose recent troublesome background involved a team employee.

That is not to imply that Udoka ought to be prohibited from ever coaching in the NBA. However, one organisation believed it would be better if he stayed away for at least a year.

Even if it means signing Udoka, who served as the Nets' assistant under Nash in 2020–21, the Nets are committed to making the most of a squad that includes Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving despite all the noise clubs make about "culture" and "doing things the right way."

Nash ought to have sneaked out of the Nets' practise facility while jamming to his preferred music and gone to his preferred Brooklyn hipster coffee shop for a hot latte and delectable pastry.