OFFICIAL: Rasheed Wallace named Assistant Coach at Memphis

Following up on a report from August 1st…Rasheed Wallace has now officially been named as an assistant coach at Memphis. Here’s the release that went out this morning: Memphis Tigers head coach Penny Hardaway has rounded out his assistant coaching staff with 16-year NBA veteran Rasheed Wallace. Wallace, a four-time All-Star, won the 2004 NBA championship

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Daily News & Notes – 12/22/20

Daily news and notes from around the college basketball coaching world… Former Penn State head coach Pat Chambers spoke publicly for the first time since he “resigned” back in October. Chambers appeared on a podcast hosted by two current Penn State players, telling the duo “I learned I’ve got to be more mindful with words,

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Penny inks 5-yr, $12.5m extension at Memphis

Third-year Memphis basketball head coach Penny Hardaway and the University of Memphis have agreed to a five-year extension, totaling $12.25 million over the entire term. The new agreement amends the binding MOU previously agreed upon on March 20, 2018, and is extended through April 15, 2026. The annualized total compensation for the newly added period

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Penny adds Johnson to Memphis Basketball Staff

Memphis head coach Penny Hardaway has added Jermaine Johnson to his staff as an assistant coach. Johnson has reportedly inked a one-year deal. Johnson is a Memphis native who had a ton of success at Melrose (TN) High School from 2007-13. During his time there, he won five straight District 16 AAA championships and captured

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Memphis assistant Mike Miller resigns

Mike Miller announced on Twitter that he is resigning as an assistant basketball coach at Memphis. Miller, a 17-year NBA veteran joined Penny Hardaway’s staff back in 2018. Here is the statement the he released: Hardaway also released a statement thanking Miller: No word yet on a replacement for Miller. More on this one as

Continue Reading → Daily News – 2/4/19

I tweeted about this one yesterday, but if you haven’t watched Dr. George Barber’s Greenville University team play, you should. In a weekend where NC State scored 24 points in a loss to Virginia Tech, Barber’s squad exploded for 200! Earlier in the week, GU beat MacMurray 167-145, and then topped that on Saturday with

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