The Jazz have reached an agreement with Quin Snyder on a long-term contract extension for their head coach, reports ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
While the exact terms of the new deal aren’t known, Wojnarowski hears from sources that Snyder still had two years left on his current contract and that his new extension will tack on multiple years beyond that.
Snyder, who took over as Utah’s head coach before the 2014/15 season, has guided the team to a playoff spot in each of the last three seasons, winning two postseason series during that stretch. In total, he has a 227-183 (.554) regular-season record with the Jazz.
Having traded for Mike Conley and signed Bojan Bogdanovic during the offseason, the Jazz are looking to make a deeper playoff run next spring. After upgrading their roster, locking up Snyder to a longer-term deal was a “top organizational priority,” according to Wojnarowski.