It is revealed that Anthony has discussed with the team to renew his contract, hoping to stay with the Rockets for a long time

ZBlog House one thousand two hundred and sixty-six 2019-05-22 15:46:54

On May 20, Beijing time, according to ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski, Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni has held preliminary negotiations with the team management on the renewal of his contract. "I have made my attitude clear to General Manager Morey and boss Feldita. I have enough energy. I think I can continue to coach at a high level for at least three years. I want to continue to lead the Rockets to fight for the championship." D'Antoni, 68, told reporters.

D'Antoni previously signed a four-year contract with the Rockets, which expires at the end of next season, with an annual salary of about $4 million, lower than the level of most elite coaches in the league. D'Antoni revealed to reporters that if the team refused to renew his contract in advance, he would rather give up his contract for the last year.

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In the 2017-18 season, D'Antoni led the Rockets to the best record in the team's history, 65 wins and 17 losses, and finally entered the Western Conference finals to fight the Warriors for seven games. The Rockets' record has declined this season, and they were eliminated by the Warriors in the playoffs. After the 2-4 defeat to the Warriors, Rockets boss Ferdita said frankly that "such a defeat is unacceptable", but he did not point the finger at D'Antoni: "Mike will stay, he is a very excellent coach, the players like to play for him, and I also like to work with him. I hope we can win more, and I hope he can stay here to coach for a long time."

On May 20, Beijing time, according to ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski, Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni has held preliminary negotiations with the team management on the renewal of his contract.

"I have made my attitude clear to General Manager Morey and boss Feldita. I have enough energy. I think I can continue to coach at a high level for at least three years. I want to continue to lead the Rockets to fight for the championship." D'Antoni, 68, told reporters.

D'Antoni previously signed a four-year contract with the Rockets, which expires at the end of next season, with an annual salary of about $4 million, lower than the level of most elite coaches in the league. D'Antoni revealed to reporters that if the team refused to renew his contract in advance, he would rather give up his contract for the last year.

In the 2017-18 season, D'Antoni led the Rockets to the best record in the team's history, 65 wins and 17 losses, and finally entered the Western Conference finals to fight the Warriors for seven games. The Rockets' record has declined this season, and they were eliminated by the Warriors in the playoffs. After the 2-4 defeat to the Warriors, Rockets boss Ferdita said frankly that "such a defeat is unacceptable", but he did not point the finger at D'Antoni: "Mike will stay, he is a very excellent coach, the players like to play for him, and I also like to work with him. I hope we can win more, and I hope he can stay here to coach for a long time."



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