Jean-Christophe Pratt is no longer coach of Paris

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But under a contract until 2024, Jean-Christophe Pratt will not be coach of the Paris basketball team next season. He should be replaced by American Will Weaver.

‘Next question’ David Kahn told us last week when we asked him if he Jean Christoph Pratt (50) will remain on the basketball bench in Paris at the beginning of the school year. Clear enough evidence of the fact that the capital club is no longer necessarily dependent on the former Dineen technician, who tested himself with a difficult season from all points of view and who questioned his future from the start of the season. So the announcement was not surprising. While still under contract until 2024, Jean-Christophe Pratt will leave the basketball bench in Paris as Basket Aktou notes. He arrived in the capital in 2018, and until then was the only coach in the history of the Ile-de-France club, notably allowing the newborn to reach the Betclic ELITE last year.

Expect Will Weaver

His alternate name is already known and will match the club’s owners’ American identity. Will Weaver should replace him at the helm of the professional team next season. He was elected Coach of the Year in 2019 at the G-League when he headed the Long Island Nets, a franchise of the Brooklyn Nets in the NBA, then the American coach worked in Australia at the Sydney Kings with whom he reached the tournament final in 2020. The former assistant coach of Houston will live Rockets first European experience.

Jean-Christophe Pratt on October 23, 2018 during the Pro B Leaders Cup match against Rouen, one of his first matches for Paris (Photo: Olivier Faouzi)

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Jul 21 2022 at 9:18 am

‘Next question’ David Kahn told us last week when we asked him if he Jean Christoph Pratt (50) will remain on the basketball bench in Paris at the beginning of the school year. Clear enough evidence of the fact that the capital club no longer necessarily relies on the former Dineen technician, and he himself is experienced …

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