Utah Jazz Agrees to Extend Contract for Head Coach Quin Snyder
Utah Jazz agreed to extend the contract of Head Coach Quin Snyder. They are preparing long-term cooperation so that the Coach lasts long in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States.
At present, Snyder has a two-year contract. New cooperation will begin when the contract is up. Jazz wants Snyder to continue guiding the team. Because, they reap positive results under his care.
As of 2019, Snyder bagged a 227-183 win-lose record in the regular season. He also always managed to take the team to the playoffs for three consecutive seasons. Expectations were even higher when entering the new season 2019-2020.
This summer, Snyder helped Jazz to recruit several players. They got senior guard Mike Conley and gunman Bojan Bogdanovic. The second is expected to increase banging power.
In addition, Jazz also has several core players. Donovan Mitchell is developing as a young star. Rudy Gobert is still strong as the best defender in the league. Joe Ingles is very useful as a veteran player, both on and off the field.
Snyder himself has been behind their game. He is the brain of the success of Jazz in the past few years. Now, they are ready to go further even though the league is getting tougher. Remembering teams strengthen themselves by bringing in star players. (put)