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Shaw to train Sotto in NBA G League

 

KAI SOTTO and the rest of the National Basketball Association (NBA) G League Select Team will be trained by former Denver Nuggets head coach Brian Shaw.

Shams Charania of The Athletic reported on Twitter on Tuesday, posting that former NBA player Shaw would be coaching the 7’2” Sotto along with Isaiah Todd, Daishen Nix and Filipino-American Jalen Green in preparation for next season’s NBA G League.

“Brian Shaw has agreed to become the head coach of the new NBA G League elite pro team, headlined by Jalen Green, sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium,” tweeted Charania, who also broke the news last month that Sotto would be skipping college in favor of the G League.

 

Shaw, 54, who last played for the Los Angeles Lakers, is expected to infuse professional polish into the raw talent and energy of Sotto and his teammates in the G League.

 

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