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Sons’ Monty Williams named Coach of the Year

A few hours ago, this Monday, Devin Bookerthe star guard Phoenix SunHe posted the following message on his social network….

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A few hours ago, this Monday, Devin Bookerthe star guard Phoenix SunHe posted the following message on his social network.

,Phoenix Suns coach Monty Williams has been named the NBA’s COY, the book reveals. A formal announcement is expected later today.,

Well, Officially, the NBA Reveals That Williams Has Actually Been Chosen coach of the yearto lead the sun Best record between both conferencesWith 64 wins and only 18 losses.

81 first, 17 second and 2 third place votes, scoring 458 points, beating Williams Taylor Jenkins of the Memphis Grizzlies, who took 17 first places, 55 seconds and 20 thirds with a total of 270 points.

years for history books

64 wins are also the most in franchise history, and they had the team’s longest winning streak, going 18 straight without losing a game throughout November.

Monty Williams, who is in his third season as coach of the Suns, took the Phoenix to the finals last year, his first year in a row where he lost in 6 games to the Milwaukee Bucks. The Sons made the playoffs 10 years on, and their first final appearance since 1993, when they were led by Charles Barkley.

In his first year he improved on the Suns’ record of 19 wins and 63 losses to 34 wins with 39 losses, which came close to postseason play, but paved the way for subsequent success in the next 2 seasons.

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Williams is in his eighth year as the head coach of the NBA franchise, also coaching New Orleans for 5 years from 2010 to 2015, where he also worked with Chris Paul.

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