Brisbane have moved swiftly to interchange Andrej Lemanis, appointing ex-Sydney Kings assistant James Duncan because the NBL membership’s new head coach.
Duncan, who has been with the Kings for the previous two seasons, has signed a two-year take care of the Bullets.
He replaces long-time coach Lemanis, who introduced in Could he was leaving after five-years on the helm.
The fomer Boomers coach joined the Bullets upon its return into the NBL competitors forward of the 2016-17 season, however has left to take up a big-money provide to educate in Japan.
Duncan performed professionally in Germany earlier than embarking on a training profession in 2007 that has taken him to Europe, Asia and Australia.
The 43-year-old Canadian is known to have impressed the Bullets in his preliminary interview, getting the nod forward of present Bullets assistant CJ Bruton and Boomers assistant Adam Caporn.
Reworking the Bullets into a number one contender can be Duncan’s first problem after they completed sixth this season to overlook out on the finals.
“The sport is performed on each ends of the ground however we’ll demand a constant effort and concentrate on defence,” Duncan mentioned.
“We can be purposeful and disciplined, which I really feel is required to beat the highest groups.”
Duncan will formally take up his new function on July 1.