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Boston Celtics reportedly to hire Oregon’s Mike Moser as assistant coach

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The Boston Celtics have reportedly hired Mike Moser as an assistant coach to work under Celtics head coach Ime Udoka according to an announcement from University of Oregon Women’s Basketball head coach Kelly Graves. Moser, who has been serving as an assistant under Graves at Oregon with the women’s program, is no stranger to the Celtics organization, having previously suited up for Boston in 2014 Las Vegas Summer League action before ultimately signing abroad with Lietuvos rytas Vilnius of the Lithuanian Basketball League for the 2014-15 season.

The news comes soon after word that Udoka plans to elevate assistant coach Mike Mazzulla to a bench role, per Sports Illustrated’s Bobby Krivitzky, and makes sense in the wake of losing former Boston lead assistant Will Hardy to the Utah Jazz as their next head coach earlier this offseason.

There may yet be additional hires to come for the Celtics given player development coach Evan Bradds also recently decamped to join Hardy on the Jazz.

This post originally appeared on Celtics Wire.

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