Andrew Gaze to leave Kings after season
Only so many frustrated looks from Andrew Bogut at Gaze drawing up plays that the fans could endure...
Bevo to replace Gaze is the rumour. He's coached Bogut, Newley and Lisch before, though indications are that Newley might move.
The Kings had originally planned to wait until after the club's playoff campaign before addressing Gaze’s future.Daily Telegraph.
However, this changed at 9pm last night when Gaze contacted Sydney officials to inform them he had decided to move on.
He has a 50 per cent winning record with 42 wins and 42 losses, making him the third most successful coach in Kings history behind Brian Goorjian and Bob Turner.
It’s understood the mental challenge of coaching and being away from his family in Melbourne took a toll on the NBL legend.
Hawks not sounding particularly proactive...
Illawarra coach Rob Beveridge has been heavily linked to the Kings if Gaze decided to end his tenure.
Hawks General Manager Mat Campbell told The Daily Telegraph the club would start discussions with Beveridge about his tenure at the club in the coming weeks.
Beveridge has publicly stated he isn’t sure if he’ll be coaching at Illawarra or another NBL club next season.