More Changes Coming for Sixers’ Brett Brown as Lindsey Harding Takes Job With Kings

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More changes are coming to the Sixers' coaching staff for 2019-20.

Lindsey Harding, who became the first female coach in franchise history, is taking a job as an assistant with the Sacramento Kings, a team source confirms.

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Harding was serving as a member of the Sixers' player development staff. The job on new head coach Luke Walton's bench in Sacramento likely represents a better opportunity for Harding.

The Sixers have added three coaches to Brett Brown's staff this offseason. The team plucked Ime Udoka - considered one of the better assistants in the league - away from the Spurs along with player development coach Cameron Hodges. The team also hired Joseph Blair, who most recently won the G-League championship as head coach of the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, the G-League affiliate of the Rockets.

Brown lost Monty Williams and Bill Lange over the last year. Williams is now the head coach of the Phoenix Suns while Lange takes over for Phil Martelli at Saint Joseph's.

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