NBA COACHES GIVING BACK

NBA COACHES GIVING BACK

Curry, Kerr dedicate win over Indiana to young leukemia patient

During the Warriors’ 120-83 win over the Indiana Pacers on Monday night, Stephen Curry wore a black “BrodyStrong” bracelet. The bracelet was a reminder of Brody Stevens, a 7-year-old leukemia patient, and die-hard Warriors fan, that Curry met with at Riley Children’s Health in Indianapolis last weekend. Head coach Steve Kerr joined Curry for Sunday’s[...]

Hornets associate head coach designs shoes to support breast cancer awareness

You can’t miss Patrick Ewing on the Hornets practice court and not just because he’s a hall of famer with over 24,000 career points. Breast cancer hits home for Hornets assistant coach Patrick Ewing, whose two older sisters were diagnosed with the disease. One of his sisters, Pauline, passed away. During the month of October, he’s[...]

Mike Budenholzer Partners With Atlanta Community Food Bank To Launch Assists For Hunger Program

Atlanta Hawks President of Basketball Operations/Head Coach Mike Budenholzer announced today plans to partner with the Atlanta Community Food Bank and launch an Assists for Hunger Program during the 2016-17 season. Budenholzer has pledged to donate $15 for every assist the Hawks record during the regular season this season with a final minimum contribution of[...]

2nd Annual Sixers Coaches Clinic hosted by Brett Brown

Brett Brown is the son of a coach. He played at Boston University for future two-time NCAA champion Rick Pitino. Before his time started as Sixers’ coach in 2013, the Maine native assisted Spurs’ boss Gregg Popovich, who’s won five titles in San Antonio. He lives for the profession and the lessons that come with it. “I enjoy[...]