John Tortorella has been around long enough in the league to have seen many elements of coaching evolve. That includes communication between players and coaches and how to effectively make the connection between the “two-way street” to have a strong working relationship.
At his introductory press conference, John Tortorella recalled thinking about what an opportunity to coach in Philadelphia would be like as far back as the 2004 Eastern Conference Finals. Now he gets that opportunity, trying to restore a standard for the Orange and Black emblem that he expressed great respect for on Friday.
The Flyers have hired John Tortorella as the 23rd head coach in franchise history.
ESPN and NHL Network’s Kevin Weekes reported on Tuesday night that the Flyers have offered the head coaching position to John Tortorella. Weekes reported that the deal is not done, but negotiations are in the late stages.
The Philadelphia 76ers have made it clear, for now, Doc Rivers will be remaining the head coach moving forward. Is keeping him as their head coach the right call?
Philadelphia 76ers president of basketball operations Daryl Morey said in a press conference on Friday that Doc Rivers will be remaining the team’s head coach heading into next season.
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