Suspended Boston Celtics head coach Adrian Wojnarowski said Aimee Odoka has emerged as a potential head coach for the Brooklyn Nets.  The news comes just hours after Steve Nash and the Brooklyn Nets announced that they had split, following a disappointing start and further controversy over Kyrie Irving.  Celtics suspended Udoka again in September due to what two people familiar with the matter said was an inappropriate relationship with a member of the organization, and Celtics said Udoka violated team policies and left open the possibility that a longer chapter could follow." Regarding his future with the Celtics after this season will be made. Later,” the team said back in September.  Wojnarowski said the Celtics would let him leave for another job.  Udoka spent a season on the Nash crew before accepting the Celtics job and winning the Eastern Conference.  Odoka led Boston to a record 51-31 last season - scoring 26-6 in his last 32 games.  The Celtics beat Brooklyn, Milwaukee and Miami en route to the NBA Finals, losing to the Golden State Warriors in six games, information from ESPN and the Associated Press was used in this report.
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                <strong class="dateline">Brooklyn, New York -</strong>                                          <p>Suspended Boston Celtics head coach Adrian Wojnarowski said Aimee Odoka has emerged as a potential head coach for the Brooklyn Nets. 

This news comes just hours after Steve Nash and the Brooklyn Nets announced their split, following a disappointing start and further controversy surrounding Kyrie Irving.

Udoka’s appointment could be completed within the next 24 to 48 hours, sources tell ESPN.

Celtics Udoka was suspended again in September due to what two people familiar with the matter said was an inappropriate relationship with a member of the organization.

The Celtics said Odoka violated team policies and left open the possibility that a longer season could follow.

“The decision on his future with the Celtics after this season will be made at a later time,” the team said in September.

Wojnarowski said the Celtics will let him leave for another job.

Odoka spent a season on the Nash crew before accepting a job for the Celtics and winning the Eastern Conference.

Odoka led Boston to a record 51-31 last season – scoring 26-6 in his last 32 games. The Celtics beat Brooklyn, Milwaukee, and Miami on their way to the NBA Finals, losing to the Golden State Warriors in six games.

Information from ESPN and the Associated Press was used in this report.

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