After one season, the Detroit Pistons have dismissed coach Monty Williams, who leaves with five years and $65 million-plus left on his deal, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

New team president Trajan Langdon will move to make his own coaching hire now.

The Pistons finished an NBA-worst 14-68 in Williams’ one and only season with the franchise.

Williams — a two-time NBA coach of the year — was lured to Detroit with a massive six-year deal after he was fired by the Phoenix Suns last year. He had initially planned to sit out a season while dealing with his wife’s cancer diagnosis but took on the Pistons’ rebuild under former Pistons general manager Troy Weaver.