Micah Shrewsberry is fine where he is.
The Boston Celtics assistant coach told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach he turned down the opportunity to interview for the job as Georgia State’s men’s basketball head coach.
Shrewsberry was among the candidates for the Georgia State position, which opened last week after Ron Hunter, father of Celtics guard R.J. Hunter, left amid a contract dispute to become Tulane University’s head coach.
Shrewsberry has worked on Brad Stevens’ coaching staffs on-and-off since 2008 and has been on Stevens’ Celtics staff throughout his entire six-year tenure. Unless Shrewsberry’s dream job opens or another team makes him an offer he can’t refuse, that will remain the case for the foreseeable future.
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