Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka could be facing a “significant suspension” for violating organizational guidelines.
It’s unspecified what violation occurred, but ESPN reports the “possible disciplinary action” is being discussed by the Celtics.
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ESPN also noted that Udoka isn’t in jeopardy of losing his job, but a suspension is looming and could be announced as early as Thursday.
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In his first season with the Celtics last year, Udoka led Boston to the Eastern Conference final, where his team defeated the Miami Heat to take a trip to the NBA Finals. The Golden State Warriors would eventually win.
The Celtics went into the playoffs as the number two seed in the Eastern Conference, going 51-31.
Udoka became the fifth coach in the last 25 years to make the Finals in his first year as head coach.
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