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JOE MAZZULLA begins his first season as an assistant coach with the Boston Celtics. He was appointed to the
position on July 3, 2019.
Mazzulla joined the Celtics after being the Head Coach for the Fairmont State men’s basketball program for two
seasons. He was the 12th head coach in the history of the program. He recorded a record of 43-17 in his two seasons
at the helm of the Fighting FalconsA former West Virginia University standout, Mazzulla spent five years coaching
at the NCAA Division II level, including three at Fairmont State.Mazzulla has also served as an assistant coach
for the Maine Red Claws of the NBA Gatorade League. Prior to his position with the Red Claws, Mazzulla was an
assistant coach for three seasons on Jerrod Calhoun’s staff at Fairmont State. During that time, the Falcons compiled
a record of 67-26 with three 20-win seasons and a pair of NCAA Tournament appearances. Mazzulla started his
coaching career by spending two seasons as an assistant coach at Glenville State. In his time with the Pioneers,
Mazzulla helped develop two All-WVIAC honorees and a pair of all-freshman team honoreesPrior to beginning
his coaching career, Mazzulla played four seasons at West Virginia University for head coaches John Beilein and
Bob Huggins. His teams made four-straight NCAA Tournament appearances, including a berth in the Final Four
in 2010. Mazzulla also won a Big East Tournament Championship and NIT Tournament Championship at WVU
and the standout also excelled in the classroom, getting named to Big East Academic All-Star Team three times (2007, 2009 and 2010)
Mazzulla and his wife Camai have two children, Michael Harden and Emmanuel Joseph Daniel Mazzulla. Mazzulla is a native of Johnston, R.I.
SCOTT MORRISON enters his third season as an assistant coach with the Boston Celtics.
Morrison joined the Celtics after spending the three previous seasons as part of the organization as the head coach
of the team’s NBA G-League affiliate, Maine Red Claws. During his remarkable rookie campaign at the helm (2014-
15). Morrison led Maine to a franchise record 35-15 record, and the top spot in the NBA D-League Playoffs. His
hard work resulted in accolades – Morrison won the Dennis Johnson Coach of the Year Award, given to the top
coach in the NBA D-League. Prior to the 2014-15 season, Morrison was with the Red Claws as a player development
coach for the 2013-14 campaign.
Morrison has an extensive coaching background in the collegiate ranks and on the international level. Before
joining the Red Claws, Morrison was the head coach at Lakehead University (Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada) for 11
years. Internationally, Morrison has served as an Assistant Coach on the Men’s U-18 and U-19 Canadian National
Junior Teams, securing a bronze medal at the 2012 U-18 FIBA Americas tournament in Brazil, a sixth place finish at
the 2013 FIBA World Championships in the Czech Republic and a silver medal at the 2014 U-18 FIBA Americas
Championship in Colorado Springs. A native of Prince Edward Island, Morrison was a four-year starter on the men’s
basketball team at the University of Prince Edward Island, where he ended his career as the all-time leader in assists
and three-point field goals made and fifth on the all-time leading scorer list.
JAMIE YOUNG begins his 19th season with the Boston Celtics and his fifth season as an assistant coach after
previously serving four seasons as Advanced Scout.
Prior to the 2007-08 season, Young served as the team’s video coordinator. In this role he was responsible for all
the video breakdowns of the Celtic games and Celtics opponent games and distributing this information to the
Young graduated from Blackburn College (Carlinville, IL) in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education,
where he played both basketball and football. An Indiana native, Young currently resides with his wife Jaynene and
their son Jamieson in Waltham MA.
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