Here is another interesting topic in my opinion that has been neglected on this part of the forum so far.
If anything,this is as much exciting as player's market,somehow,maybe not in numbers...
Starting from the top
Kazlauskas - CSKA, Russian champions (man)
Paulauskas - UMGA ?,Russian champions (woman)
Reason - both of them did not win Euroleague
Adomaitis - some Polish team,but named coach of the year by the polish league,it seems it was his decision
Pacesas - Sopot,no money i supose
D Kairys -not extended for the bottom Ukrainian team
Chomicius - very dodgy exit,Triumf
Kurtinaitis - signed for another 2? years with Chimki
Grigas - Nt coach of Belarus woman team for the period of qualifiers
I hope someone with specific detailing can contribute to this thread ,like Sagenas used to be,but anyhow,feel free to keep it alive
Okay, we can add more coaches to the list.
Krapikas and Mikalauskas are working as assistant coaches in Azovmaš. The latter is athletic coach.
CSKA had (have?) one more Lithuanian - Evaldas Kandratavičius (atheltic coach).
Linartas replaced Adomaitis in Czarni Energia.
Butautas stays in VEF Riga (there one more assistant...his name should be Vidmantas Šlapokas but I don't know about him).
There are coach assistant in Poland - Audrius Prakuraitis (Trefl).
Head coaches of Russian youth and second division teams:
Ramūnas Cvirka (Chimki), Romualdas Petronis (Nizhnyj Novgorod)
Brazys (Mordovia, 2nd men div.) and Radvila (Spartak, 2nd men div.).
Head coach of Georgian Sokhumi - Samulėnas.
That's all I remember about coaches working abroad.