Logan Stutz has been named the general manager and head coach of the Sudbury Five.

The National Basketball League of Canada franchise’s first head coach towers at six-foot-nine, is originally from Missouri and has played professional all over the world for the past eight seasons including in the NBLC where he was named the 2016 MVP.

He spoke at the introductory press conference as he made the trip up with his wife and two kids, his one-year old was born in Canada.

Stutz says how the team plays will depend on the players on the roster but he has a style in mind.

The roster will begin to be named over the coming weeks with a few contracts already signed, the Five open play in November.