Keyon Dooling Rumors

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Keyon Dooling
Keyon Dooling
Position: -
Born: 05/08/80
Height: 6-3 / 1.91
Weight:196 lbs. / 88.9 kg.
Earnings: $30,590,341 ($38,956,116*)
The Utah Jazz announced today that the team has added Dell Demps and Keyon Dooling to its coaching staff. “I was fortunate to work with Dell to begin my career as a head coach in professional basketball and I know he will delve into his role on the bench,” said Head Coach Quin Snyder.“ He has an incredible work ethic and commitment to his craft. His vast experience both as a player and in front office roles brings a unique perspective that will be invaluable to our team, we’re excited to welcome him to the Jazz.”
“Keyon is a fantastic addition for us on multiple levels and someone I’ve always had tremendous respect for since our time at Missouri where we formed a close bond that has continued throughout the years,” said Snyder. “He’s a natural leader who was a captain on multiple teams in the league and I have no doubt that the way he approached the game as a player will translate to the work he puts in with our roster on the court.”
Beyond talking with Clippers coach Doc Rivers, teammates and family, George said he spoke with a team psychiatrist about his undisclosed issues. After shooting a combined 10-of-47 in Games 2-4 against Dallas, George then rebounded with a 35-point performance on 12-of-18 shooting in Game 5. “I know exactly what Paul is going through,” Los Angeles Lakers guard Danny Green said. “You have nothing to do but look at your phone and social media all day. All they are doing is bullying you. They are trying to get you to play well. So he was going through a rough stretch. I’m sure doors were closing in on him, and it was getting dark for him.”
Storyline: Mental Health
NBC Sports NBA Insider Tom Haberstroh recently spoke with Parham, who said he and Dooling “have been receiving texts from players directly on a regular basis” expressing concerns about their mental health entering the NBA bubble. “There’s certainly a fair amount of anxiety, depression, uncertainty, confusion, chaos, disbelief at the extremes, resentment and anger,” Parham told Haberstroh. “The pandemic, particularly the global nature of it, is unprecedented. There’s no playbook for this.”
Storyline: Orlando Bubble