Oct 30, 2017 | by Anne Wooten Green, journalnow.com
One of the most accomplished players in the history of college basketball, Danny Manning is developing a reputation as a top coach. Manning enters his fourth season as the head basketball coach at Wake Forest.
Manning, 51, a Greensboro native, had an impressive resume before he became coach of the Demon Deacons—an NCAA championship as a player, National Player of the ...
Wake Forest last season made its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2009-10, and coach Danny Manning would like the program to get used to the feeling.
“Making the NCAA Tournament is our goal every year, that’s the standard," Manning said in an exclusive interview with Omnisport. "It’s the highest level in which you want to accomplish, that’s how we think.
Once upon a time, Kyle Shanahan checked off a bucket-list item by coaching in the NFL with his dad.
Those were trying times in Washington. The father-son act became as sensationalized as almost any White House scandal, souring Mike’s third tour as a head coach and Kyle’s reputation as an up-and-coming offensive coordinator.
OAKLAND — Down the hall he goes, blonde hair spikey with champagne.
“You the man, Coach!” an Oracle employee shouts.
“STEEEEVE!” shrieks a woman in her 50s.
Kerr makes a right turn. Away from the crowd, into a long passageway. A towering man approaches, a red-and-white Georgian flag draped over his shoulders. He is grinning. He is giddy. He is perhaps a bit drunk.
LaVall Jordan, who helped Butler to conference championships and NCAA Tournament appearances as both a player and an assistant coach, returns to his alma mater as the 24th head coach in men's basketball program history. Butler Vice President and Director of Athletics Barry Collier made the announcement Monday, June 12.
MEMPHIS – Moments before a recent Cavaliers’ practice during the NBA Finals, James Posey sat with his back to a wall in the gym and thumbed through scouting reports and messages on his cell phone as players trickled onto the court.
Instead of a suit, Steve Kerr wore a baggy gray sweatshirt, the kind your dad might throw on to clean the garage. Rather than stand, he sat off to the side of the room, an observer in his own realm. Still, he was back at a Warriors game on Sunday for the first time in weeks, watching the opener of ...
May 02, 2017 | by Vinessa Needham, Fort Wayne Mad Ants
Fort Wayne, Ind. (May 2nd, 2017)- The Fort Wayne Mad Ants NBA affiliate, the Indiana Pacers have exercised their option to have Steve Gansey continue as head coach for the 2017-18 season. The Pacers named Gansey Head Coach following the purchase of the team in August of 2015, making this his third consecutive season as head coach for the Ants.