Patrick Ewing's Son Can't Join Staff Because Of Nepotism Clause

Patrick Ewing's Son Can't Join Staff Because Of Nepotism Clause

Patrick Ewing's Son Can't Join Staff Because Of Nepotism Clause

Georgetown hired Ewing on Monday, bringing the Hoyas legend back to campus to take over a program that had fallen on hard times over the past two seasons.

The Georgetown Hoyas' Men's Basketball team named Basketball Hall of Fame center Patrick Ewing as the program's next head coach on April 3. Ewing did all that he was asked as an assistant-breaking down film, coaching summer league, and yes, working with big men-all while making it quite clear that he was angling for a head coaching opportunity he never got.

The Hoya legend and longtime National Basketball Association assistant coach touched on a wide variety of subjects with "The Junks" but nothing stood out more than this line about what he plans to do with the current staff, namely his son, Patrick Ewing Jr. He also enters a modern college basketball landscape that can be unforgiving-and that's just in terms of the various off-the-court challenges a head coach faces in big business college hoops. "Everyone knows how much his alma mater means to him. I'm thrilled for him". "We wish him the best of luck in the next chapter of his coaching career".

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Patrick Ewing Jr. has served as the director of basketball operations at Georgetown since August 2015, but he will not be allowed to stay on the coaching staff because the nepotism rule blocks such father-son arrangements at the university.

Ewing and his assistants can make a solid case to recruits that Ewing has worked with NBA players, has powerful connections in the NBA, and knows what it takes to help a kid become an NBA player. As wonderful as that duo was in the 1970s, they have both agreed the greatest Knick of all-time is none other than Patrick Ewing. "He is a visionary leader with a deep connection to our community".

Although Ewing is known as one of the better Centers the NBA has ever seen, he may be more suited to coach college basketball and not even know it yet. Each time, however, he has been passed over and has gone back to being an assistant coach again, waiting for his turn. That is thanks in part to his signature sneakers still being worn today, but also because he was part of the timelessly iconic U.S. Olympic "Dream Team", and because he is a living legend in NY, where he is arguably the greatest player in the history of the Knicks. He still stands second all-time in scoring at Georgetown. When Ewing was considering taking the Georgetown job, he spoke to Mullin, picking his brain about what it was like to go from the National Basketball Association to college, where he was a legendary player.

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"It's a Georgetown thing to my knowledge", Ewing said before the hosts said that they would "lobby on your behalf".

"I told him honestly I would go back to coach college, but I would go back to like Div. II or III", Clifford said before Charlotte faced the Washington Wizards Tuesday. "I have been preparing to be a head coach for many years and can't wait to return to the Hilltop".

The Hoyas were just 29-36 over the past two years, prompting the school's fan and alumni base to advocate for a change.

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Beginning in 1987, Ewing and the Knicks made the playoffs 13-straight times and won a pair of Eastern Conference titles in 1994 and 1999.

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