The college basketball season is coming to an end and that means one thing: the coaching carousel is in motion. Several head coaches have already been fired following their conference tournaments and another opening can be added to the list.
According to multiple reports, Tulane parted ways with head coach Mike Dunleavy. After just three seasons with the team, Dunleavy is reportedly out of the job.
The head coach failed to lead his team to a season with more than 14 wins. In two of his three seasons with the program, the team failed to reach double-digits in the win column.
After finishing the 2018-19 season with just four wins, the university decided to move on.
Sources: Tulane has parted ways with Mike Dunleavy.
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Dunleavy made the transition to the college game after 17 seasons as an NBA head coach.
He led the Los Angeles Lakers to the NBA Finals during the 1990-91 season and took the Portland Trailblazers to the conference finals twice. However, he missed the playoffs in 10 of his 17 seasons in the NBA.
His transition to the college game didn’t quite work out either.
After three season, Dunleavy racked up just 24 wins and 69 losses. He led the Green Wave to an 0-18 conference record this season as well.
Stay tuned for more coaching changes.