Maccabi Tel Aviv followed the developments and refused to declare that the affair with Amara Studmeier was over. One of the former NBA stars, even though he left the Yellows with another championship in his balance last July, scattered quite a few hints that he might return to Israel and wear the yellow uniform again. So how did it happen that last night (Friday) the US media announced his arrival at the Brooklyn Nets as one of Steve Nash’s assistants?
Studmeier played with Nash at the Phoenix Suns in the 2000s and the two certainly starred together, but it turns out that not only past fame and acquaintance led to his selection as one of those responsible for developing young players. Danny Abdia, the rising star who comes from Maccabi Tel Aviv and is expected to be one of the first players to be selected in the upcoming draft, also has shares in that.
In the US, they make it clear that the 37-year-old Stomdeyer certainly considered continuing to play and not just hinting at a return to Israel and probably to Maccabi Tel Aviv, but when the offer came from Steve Nash’s Brooklyn Nets, who was only recently appointed His opinion. “He thought about continuing to play, but decided to accept Nash’s offer,” it was written tonight.
And how does Danny Abdia relate to that? The young forward had a “zoom” conversation with reporters just about a month ago and the Queen was also asked about Amara Studmeier and whether the latter was able to help him develop and prepare for the NBA. This was Abdia’s response: “Amara is a great teammate, an amazing person and one who has a lot of patience to help young players. He really wants the young players to get better and succeed. ”In Steve Nash’s Brooklyn, this is exactly the role that Studmeier is assigned.
“A team like Brooklyn chooses to appoint a coach who has never coached, it’s a very big challenge, but characters like Amara alongside Nash can certainly ease the situation,” wrote azcentral, mentioning that in the same “Zoom” conversation, when Abdia was asked what the first question was Asked Studmeier, his answer was “What was it like playing with Steve Nash?”.
So Nash and Stamdeyer will be back to work together very soon, this time as coaches, Abdia is set to meet them during the season – the only question is which team. “I have a great system with Amara, he is a friend from whom I learned a lot,” the young star concluded.
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