The first coaching job ended in failure.

Yahoo Sports reported on the 10th (Korean time) that Patrick Ewing was sacked from his position as Georgetown University head coach메이저놀이터.

Ewing served as Georgetown University head coach for six years. He left the team with a record of 75 wins and 109 losses. In 2021 he managed to get his team to the NCAA Tournament, but he failed to achieve anything else. Last season, they were winless in conference play, finishing with a record of 6 wins and 25 losses. This season, he went 2-18 in Big East play and finished with a 7-25 record.

Georgetown University announced that it would “find new leadership.” Started working on appointing a new director.

Ewing, the first pick in the first round of the 1985 draft, recorded 24,815 points and 11,617 rebounds in his career. He is an All-NBA First Team, 11-time All-Star selection, 3-time All-NBA Defensive Second Team selection, and his number 33 was selected as the permanent number of the New York Knicks.

Although Ewing left such a brilliant career as a player, his first start as a manager was close to failure. Attention is focusing on whether he will challenge the directorship again after having time to reorganize.

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