RENO, Nev. (KOLO) David Aresneault Jr. will not return as the Reno Bighorns head coach next season.
The Sacramento Kings will not renew the contract of Reno Bighorns HC, David Arseneault Jr., per a league source #NBADL— Chris Reichert (@Chris_Reichert) June 1, 2016
Confirming @Chris_Reichert tweet - David Arseneault Jr. will not be back for a third season with the Reno Bighorns.— James Ham (@James_Ham) June 1, 2016
He did a great job in his two seasons in Reno, going 55-47 overall. His teams led the league in scoring both years.
The Bighorns went 33-17 overall last season, which was just one win shy of the franchise record. Reno had the best record in the Western Conference, and made it to the deciding Game 3 of the Conference semifinals.
Comcast Sports California is reporting that the Sacramento Kings want to install a coach that will run a similar offensive system to the one that will be used in Sacramento by the Kings new head coach Dave Joerger.
The Bighorns are the minor-league affiliate of the Kings, and are run by Sacramento's front office.