Sean Sweeney Agrees To Join Pistons’ Staff

The Pistons have reached an agreement with Bucks assistant Sean Sweeney to join Dwane Casey’s staff, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN tweets.

Detroit had been making a hard push to convince Sweeney to make the switch. Sweeney has worked closely with Bucks’ star Giannis Antetokounmpo.

One of the concessions the Pistons made in negotiations with the former Raptors head coach was that he could pick his own assistants.

Sweeney was one of the candidates for the Nets’ head coaching job two years ago when they wound up hiring Kenny Atkinson.

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3 thoughts on “Sean Sweeney Agrees To Join Pistons’ Staff

  1. Danthemilwfan

    I could t care less about Sweeney as a coach but Giannis will be unhappy. He’ll get over it and it’s nice for the new coach to have a full staff of his own now

  2. Might not be the best idea to keep upsetting your franchise player… just a thought.

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