Sacramento Kings Announce Assistant Coaches Are Out
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — In one of the first moves since new coach Mike Malone was hired, the Sacramento Kings have announced they will not be retaining its assistant coaches.
In a statement released Tuesday afternoon, the team said Jim Eyen, Alex English and Clifford Ray would not be retained for the upcoming season.
Bobby Jackson will also no longer serve as an assistant coach, but the team says he will continue with the team in another undisclosed capacity.