Sean Sweeney Rumors

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The lithe Maker averaged 14.2 points and raised some eyebrows with his consistent and strong rebounding, averaging 9.6 boards a game. But it wasn’t the numbers that Maker put up during summer league competitionthat the Bucks were most concerned about, according to Sean Sweeney, who served as the Bucks head coach. “I thought he did a great,’’ Sweeney said of Maker. “Our goal was daily improvement, not to skip any steps, try to improve each day and try to do the best he could every time he stepped on the floor and try to put together as many good plays as he could, as many good possessions as he could and I thought he did a great job in checking those boxes.’’
A check of the Nets front office directory reveals Sean Sweeney, who’s worked as the Nets video coordinator for two years, has been quietly promoted to assistant coach/video. The promotion apparently took place earlier this month. It’s one of two recent Nets moves. Charles Klask and Jim Sann switched jobs in late December, with Sann spending more time on the bench and Klask more time on the road. Both are listed as assistant coaches. The Nets now have eight assistant coaches, including Lawrence Frank, who was “re-assigned” in December. While he is still listed on the team directory, his responsibilities appear to be limited to “daily reports.”