KENNEWICK, Wash. -- Fever Coach Pat O'Hara has got the Fever, the Ex-Arena League star will be back coaching in the Tri-Cities next season.
O'Hara returns to a team that was 3-13 last season and 3-8 under him.
O'Hara says he has already started talking to a number of players about coming to the Tri-Cities. He says he has even spoken with former Fever players like Ray Little and cornerbacks DeVon Walker and Jaimie Hattley. But, the Fever can't officially bring a player back until November 1st.
O'Hara says most of all he is just excited to have the Fever from the start of the season this year.
"I tell you what, for a guy that went 3-8 least year, it must have been a pretty good 3 wins," said O'Hara. "This team has embraced me and the city has embraced me to come back. So, I feel good about that, I'm excited about it. I'd love an opportunity here to do our thing from the start, from the jump, and see where it takes us."