Philadelphia 76ers president Daryl Morey confirmed Friday that Doc Rivers will remain in place as the team's coach next year. Philadelphia was bounced from the second round of the 2022 playoffs Thursday night with a Game 6 loss to the Miami Heat.
Rivers, 60, joined Philadelphia in 2020. Rivers previously coached the Celtics from 2004-13, leading Boston to an NBA championship in 2008. He also coached the Orlando Magic from 1999-2004 and the Los Angeles Clippers from 2013-20.
In April, he became the fifth NBA coach to earn 100 postseason wins with Philadelphia's Game 2 win over the Raptors in the first round.
"I don’t worry about my job," Rivers said Thursday.