Former Boston Celtics wing Ricky Davis to reportedly be next head coach of Minnesota North

Another alumnus of the Boston Celtics seems poised to join the ranks of those on the other side of the clipboard, with onetime Boston wing

Ricky Davis reportedly expected to be hired as the next head coach for the boys’ basketball team at Minneapolis North, per Chris Long of KSTP-TV Sports.

The Iowa product will lead the Minneapolis high school squad for his first foray into the field after having retired from the game

as a player after being released by the (then) Erie BayHawks (now, Lakeland Magic) D League (as the G League was called in that era) team in 2016.

Davis played for the Celtics between 2003 and 2006 after being dealt there with Chris Mihm

Michael Stewart, and draft assets for Tony Battie, Eric Williams, and Kedrick Brown.

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