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Boston Celtics reportedly hired Craig Luschenat as player development coach

The Boston Celtics are reportedly hiring Craig Luschenat to Celtics head coach Ime Udoka’s staff per The Athletic’s Jared Weiss in what is being described as a player development role after Luschenat has put in several seasons on the G League staff of the Maine Celtics dating back to their time as the Maine Red Claws.

Luschenat has also previously served as a player development intern for Wasserman Sports Agency Clients in Los Angeles, California according to his LinkedIn profile. There, his responsibilities included putting together and orchestrating workouts for star NBA talent and cultivating ties with various NBA players and their representation.

Luschenat has previously worked with Russell Westbrook, Victor Oladipo, and Anthony Davis in that role, and will bring a fresh look to Udoka’s coaching staff for the 2022-23 NBA season.

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