Kenny Anderson departs D2 Fisk University

Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson is no longer the head men’s basketball Coach at NAIA Fisk University (TN). Anderson posted the following to social media over the weekend:

In a statement released to The Tennessean, Fisk AD Valencia Jordan said; “We appreciate (Anderson’s) contributions to the Fisk University men’s basketball team and wish him well in his future pursuits. We are committed to finding a leader who will build upon the program’s foundation and achieve continued success on and off the court.”

Anderson had been the head coach at Fisk for the past five seasons, where he went 33-79. His best record came this past year, when he led the Bulldogs to a 14-16 (10-8 GCAC) record.

The former standout at Georgia Tech In 1991 was the number two pick in the 1991 in the NBA Draft. He played 14 years in the NBA for the Nets, Charlotte Hornets, Portland Trailblazers, Boston Celtics, Seattle Supersonics, New Orleans Hornets, Indiana Pacers, Atlanta Hawks, and the Los Angeles Clippers. He was an NBA All-Star in 1994.

More on the search for his replacement as it develops.

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