Miami Heat's owner @NateTheGreat announces search for Head Coach (L. James / Associated Press)
Miami, FL — Miami was chosen to be one of the sixteen founding cities for NBAHC's franchises, as the league begins operations this upcoming year. The Heat's owner and acting general manager @NateTheGreat addressed a private media group today, stating that he was honored, as well as the city of Miami, to have an opportunity at running a professional basketball team from the ground up. He then went on to thank numerous individuals, including @Azul for all of his hard work getting the league together and others before coming down to business.
"I'm not going to waste too much of your guy's time" chuckling a bit with media personnel before continuing, I've gathered people here to announce the Miami Heat is now in search of its first ever NBAHC coach. I know we've not handled things as traditionally as others, making moves before having our front office put together but, I think we're sending a clear vivid message that we want to win, now and for awhile at any cost. I believe hard work, determination, respect and being able to take a risk are all important traits when considering our guy. Experience is another key factor, we prefer somebody who has a good grasp on the game that also leaves room to grow as it expands. This won't be timed search, we are willing to wait all the way up until the draft or hell, even tomorrow if it's the right fit. I will go through all the candidates thoroughly, making sure that we check all our corners to ensure the right guy gets the job." He went on, eventually saying that if any coaches seen this as a call, reach out to him personally. Miami now boasts the #1 overall pick after trading away their 9th overall, 4th, 6th and 8th round selections to the Dallas Mavericks earlier this week and figures to be a team to watch moving forward to the beginning of this season. Now with the search on, Miami awaits their first ever Head Coach.
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