Assistant Coach

Milwaukee Bucks
(2018 - Present)

Assistant Coach, Atlanta Hawks
Assistant Coach, Los Angeles Lakers
Head Coach, New Mexico Thunderbirds
Assistant Coach, Albuquerque Thunderbirds
Player-Coach, Albuquerque Thunderbirds


  • Helped lead the Bucks to a NBA-best 60 wins in his first year with the team – the team’s best record in 46 years (2019)

  • In the 2018-2019 season, Milwaukee also finished top 5 in NET-RTG, DEF-RTG, and OFF-RTG

  • Coached with prominent coaches, such as Mike Budenholzer, Steve Clifford, Quin Snyder, Mike D'Antoni, and Mike Brown

  • Helped Atlanta Hawks reach playoffs in four consecutive seasons, including the Eastern Conference Finals in 2015

  • Assisted in the development of four members of the Hawks 2015 starting five into NBA 2015 All-Stars (four starters appeared on the 2015 NBA All-Star roster)

  • Named Assistant Coach Team Representative by the NBA Coaches Association

  • NBA Championship with the Detroit Pistons (2004)

  • During the summers of 2011 and 2012, served as a "Sports Envoy" for the U.S. Embassy in Venezuela and Myanmar to emphasize the importance of academics, cooperation, and respect for diversity

  • Participated in the 1997 NBA Slam Dunk Contest

  • Won an NCAA Slam Dunk Contest (1996)

  • Appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 1996 after leading Texas Tech to the second Sweet Sixteen in school history

  • Basketball Without Borders participant in Johannesburg, South Africa (2005)

  • Undrafted yet spent eight seasons in the NBA, averaging 12.4 mpg

  • Played in the NBA D-League and Philippine Basketball Association

  • NBA studio analyst for Fox Sports Southwest and NBA-TV in 2007 and 2008


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