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NBA G League Head Coaches

Below are the current NBA G League head coaches as of the end of the 2022-2023 NBA G League season.



With 19 years of head coaching experience, Hewitt returns to Ontario for his second season. He spent four seasons as the head coach at George Mason University (2011-15) and 11 as head coach at Georgia Tech (2000-11), leading the Yellow Jackets to the NCAA Tournament five times (2001, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010) and advancing to the national championship game in 2004. Hewitt was named the ACC Coach of the Year for the 2000-01 season and is the third-winningest coach in Georgia Tech history (190-162). The Kingston, Jamaica, native began his head coaching career at Siena College, where he coached three seasons (1997-2000), winning MAAC Coach of the Year in 2000. Hewitt led Siena to a MAAC Tournament championship and an NCAA Tournament berth in 1999 while posting a 66-27 record during his tenure..



Božić returns for his second season as the Austin Spurs head coach. Prior to that, he spent the past four seasons as an assistant coach for the Austin Spurs. Before coming to Austin, he served as head coach of Partizan in his home country of Serbia from 2015-16 and assistant coach from 2013-15 following eight years of playing with the club from 2004-12. He helped lead Austin to an NBA G League championship in 2018 and Partizan to a Serbian League championship in 2014. Playing overseas from 1997-2013, Božić spent the majority of his career with Partizan where he became an eight-time Serbian League champion (2005-2012), five-time Serbian Cup winner (2008-12) and five-time Adriatic League champion (2007-11). He held the record for the most appearances in club history with 471 games played until it was surpassed in January 2020.



Head coach T.J. Saint enters his first season at the helm of the Birmingham Squadron in 2022-23 after spending the previous three seasons with the Pelicans’ G League affiliate teams as associate head coach (2020-22) and as an assistant coach (2019-20). Prior to joining the organization, Saint worked in the college basketball ranks during the 2018-19 season as the director of basketball strategy for veteran head coach Tom Crean at the University of Georgia.

From 2014-18, Saint was the video coordinator for the Detroit Pistons after spending the 2011-14 seasons with the Butler University men’s basketball program as a graduate assistant (2011-13) and director of basketball operations (2013-14).

A native of Indianapolis, Ind., Saint attended Belmont University in Nashville, Tenn. and served as a student assistant under legendary coach Rick Byrd from 2009-11.



Gerrity was named the Head Coach on September 8th, 2022.

Gerrity was promoted to Assistant Coach for the Cleveland Cavaliers in September 2021 after spending the past three seasons as Director of Player Development/Assistant Coach (2018-2021). Gerrity also spent two seasons as director of player development for the Canton Charge, the Cavaliers’ exclusively-operated NBA G League Team, and a player development assistant with the Cavs (2016-2018). Gerrity initially joined the team as an assistant video coordinator in 2013. Before starting out his career in coaching, Gerrity played two seasons in the NBA G League for the Dakota Wizards, Erie BayHawks and Maine Red Claws. He starred at the University of Southern California in 2009-10 after also playing collegiate basketball at Pepperdine and UNC Charlotte. While at Pepperdine, he was named to the West Coast Conference All-Freshman Team and tabbed as the WCC Freshman of the Year by CBS Sports Line. The Yorba Linda, California native earned his degree in sociology from USC.



The 26-year-old head coach is entering his second full season with Capital City and remains one of the youngest coaches in all of professional sports. He led the Go-Go to 6-6 record during 2021-22 Showcase Cup play, but pushed the team to a 21-10 record during the regular season and a playoff appearance, the first in franchise history. Williams earned the first postseason win in Go-Go history last year when they topped the College Park Skyhawks in the conference quarterfinal, but Capital City’s season ended in the next round as they fell to the Raptors 905. Williams was also a flex-head coach with the Erie BayHawks during 2021’s single-site as Capital City did not participate. He has been with the Washington Wizards franchise since 2018, and spent four years as Gonzaga’s men’s basketball manager prior to joining the NBA.



Steve Gansey began his coaching career with the Fort Wayne Mad Ants as an assistant coach from 2009-2014, which included a stint as their interim head coach in from 2011 to 2012. He became head coach of the Mad Ants in 2015 and was at the helm through the 2019-20 season. He earned two playoff berths during his tenure with the Mad Ants and last season, his first with the Skyhawks, Gansey guided the team to a playoff appearance, though they lost in the first round to the Go-Go. His 152 career wins as a head coach in the G League place him fifth all-time.



After going undrafted in 2007, Coby Karl made the Los Angeles Lakers’ opening-day roster and had his NBA debut on October 30, 2007. Karl played parts of two seasons with the Lakers, Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors. His coaching career began in 2015 when he was hired by the Westchester Knicks as an assistant coach. Karl’s first head-coaching gig came prior to the 2016 G League season when he was hired by the Los Angeles D-Fenders. Last season was his first with the Delaware Blue Coats, an incredibly successful campaign as he led them to the 2021 Showcase Cup Championship, followed by a 2021-22 NBA G League Finals appearance, where his Blue Coats lost in two games to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. Karl is the son of former NBA head coach George Karl.



Tom Hankins is the seventh head coach in Mad Ants history. Hankins took over the head coaching duties for Fort Wayne for the 2021 single site season in Orlando after starting with he Pacers organization in 2019. The Mad Ants went 6-9 at the 2021 single site.

During the 2019-20 season, Hankins served as a Player Development Assistant with the Pacers. He could often be seen in Fort Wayne accompanying two-way players while they were with the Mad Ants. Prior to working with the Pacers, Hankins coached for over 20 years on the college level, most recently spending four seasons as the head coach of Central Oklahoma University, where he won 64 games.

Prior to that, he was the Associate Head Coach for three years at Southern Illinois and spent from 1998-2012 as an assistant coach for Oral Roberts.



A nine-year NBA veteran, Jason Hart was named head coach of NBA G League Ignite in August 2021. Hart led Ignite to a 7-7 record during the Showcase Cup portion of the schedule, and Ignite did not participate in last year’s regular season. He guided three players to selection in the 2022 NBA Draft: Dyson Daniels (No. 8, New Orleans Pelicans), MarJon Beauchamp (No. 24, Milwaukee Bucks) and Jaden Hardy (No. 37, Dallas Mavericks). He joined Ignite after coaching for nine seasons at the collegiate level, including eight seasons at USC, where he was promoted to associate head coach in the 2017-18 season. Hart was selected 49th overall by the Milwaukee Bucks in the 2000 NBA Draft.



Andre Miller is in his first season as Head Coach of the Grand Rapids Gold. Miller was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the eighth overall pick in the 1999 NBA draft and was a member of the NBA All-Rookie first team in 2000. He olayed a total of 1,304 NBA games over the course of 17 seasons and his longest stint as a player was with the Denver Nuggets, playing a total of 7 seasons with the team.



Entering his second season as the Greensboro Swarm head coach, Jordan Surenkamp is looking to bring the franchise to its first postseason appearance. The Swarm finished Showcase Cup play last year at 5-10, and the regular season with a 9-24 record. Surenkamp was elevated to head coach after serving as the Hornets head video coordinator. He has been with the organization since 2018 and previously spent time with the Brooklyn Nets.



Jeff Newton is in his second season as the head coach of the Iowa Wolves after he spent the past two seasons as the offensive associate/player development coach for the Minnesota Timberwolves. Newton showcased his head coaching acumen as he took the helm of the 2021 Timberwolves Summer League team in Las Vegas, leading the group to a 4-1 finish. Prior to joining the Wolves, Newton served as an assistant video coordinator for the Sacramento Kings for three seasons. Prior to that, he was with the Houston Rockets for three seasons, spending one year each as a personnel scout, assistant video coordinator and basketball operations intern. Newton got his start in the NBA as a basketball operations intern with the then Charlotte Bobcats. A native of Barrington, Rhode Island, Newton graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst with a degree in Sports Management.



Joe Barrer is in his second season as head coach of the Lakeland Magic. Barrer has been on the bench as a coach for every Lakeland Magic game in franchise history, as he started as an assistant coach under previous head coach Stan Heath, and was part of the staff that won the 2021 NBA G League championship at the single-site in Florida. Prior to joining the Lakeland Magic, Barrer served as an assistant coach with the Iowa Energy (now the Iowa Wolves). In his first year as head coach, Barrer led Lakeland to a 5-7 Showcase Cup mark, and subsequently an 11-21 record in the regular season.



Ronnie Burrell became the sixth head coach in team history on Sept. 15 and rejoins the Nets organization after spending the 2019-20 season as an assistant coach with Long Island and the 2018-19 season as a player development and video assistant with Brooklyn.

Most recently, Burrell spent the 2021-22 season as an assistant coach with the College Park Skyhawks in the NBA G League and the previous season as a player development coordinator with the Chicago Bulls. Prior to joining the Nets in 2018, Burrell worked as a graduate assistant with the men’s basketball team at Florida Atlantic University while earning his Master of Business Administration.

The Montclair, N.J., native previously played 11 professional seasons (2005-2016) in France, Germany and Poland after a four-year collegiate playing career (2001-05) at UNC Greensboro.



This offseason, Alex Barlow was named 8thhead coach in franchise history, replacing Jarell Christian, who was promoted by the Celtics to Director of Maine Basketball and Player Development. Barlow is no stranger to Maine –this is his 4thseason with the franchise. He previously served three seasons as Associate Head Coach.

“I am very humbled and excited to be taking on the head coaching role in Maine,” said Barlow. “I have been able to grow both personally and professionally in my time in Maine. I’m looking forward to making this next step in my career, and I can’t wait to get the season started at the Expo.”

“After working under three very good head coaches in Maine, Alex is undoubtedly ready for this opportunity,” said Boston Celtics President of Basketball Operations Brad Stevens. “He’s an excellent young coach, and he understands all that goes into running a successful team in Maine. He works hard, he knows the game, and he is committed to constant improvement.”

Barlow returned to Maine for the 2019-20 season after one season in Boston, helping lead the Maine Red Claws to a strong campaign. Maine finished the season in first place in the division and poised for a playoff run before the COVID-19 pandemic halted the season. Since that campaign, Barlow has worked in Boston, helping develop players for the past two NBA seasons.

Before 2019-20, Barlow worked extensively to develop Celtics then-rookie Robert Williams. His first stint in Maine was in 2017-18, working under Brandon Bailey.

Barlow is no stranger to the Celtics system, or Brad Stevens for that matter. Barlow’s relationship with Stevens started in college, when he played for Stevens at Butler University. He walked on to the Butler basketball team in 2011, and turned into a scholarship player who started every game for the Bulldogs his senior year. Barlow is known to Bulldogs fans for his game-winning basket to beat #1 Indiana in 2013. Barlow was 2ndTeam Academic All-American, and was the Senior CLASS Award winner.

After college, Barlow got right into coaching, with Stevens and the Celtics. He has also worked in Boston as a video assistant. Barlow is originally from Springboro, Ohio.



Jason March enters his fourth season as head coach of the Memphis Hustle and his 13th with the Memphis Grizzlies organization.

March has led the Hustle to a 53-51record (.509) in his first three seasons as head coach of the Grizzlies’ NBA G League affiliate. He was named NBA G League Coach of the Month in November 2019 in his first month on the sidelines, and seven Hustle players have earned NBA call-ups during his tenure.

March served nine seasons (2007-16) with the Grizzlies, including the final three seasons as an assistant coach and advance scout. During his first stint in Memphis, he coached the Grizzlies’ summer league team to the championship at the 2015 Orlando Pro Summer League. He also worked in the video department, rising to Director of Basketball Information and Technologies.

The Florida native worked three seasons (2016-19) as an assistant coach with the Sacramento Kings and his first two NBA seasons (2005-07) as an assistant video coordinator with the Phoenix Suns.

A graduate of Florida State University, March resides in Olive Branch, Miss. with his wife Barkley and two children, Easton and Oakley



The Mexico City Capitanes are led by head coach Ramon Diaz, who is in his fourth season as their head coach, but just the second year since the franchise has become part of the NBA G League. In his first two season with Capitanes as part of the Liga Nacional de Baloncesto Profesional in Mexico, Diaz led the team to consecutive finals appearances. He started his coaching career with Ciudad de Guadix in the Liga Española de Baloncesto Aficionado in Spain.



This will be DJ Bakker’s second season as a Head Coach in the NBA G League. Bakker is entering his seventh season as a member of Casey’s coaching staff, spending two years in Toronto and four years in Detroit. During his time in Toronto, Bakker worked on player development programs for Pascal Siakam, Norm Powell, Fred Van Vleet, and Alfonso McKinnie. In Detroit, Bakker worked closely with Luke Kennard and Saddiq Bey on individual skill progression, while overseeing the development of all young players on the roster. Bakker’s knowledge of Casey’s offensive and defensive system with the Pistons will continue to provide a seamless transition for players moving between the Cruise and Pistons. Bakker is entering his tenth season overall in the NBA. He got his start in Chicago working in the Bulls’ video department. Bakker has also worked as a Regional Advanced Scout for the Orlando Magic and a Player Development Assistant for the Dallas Mavericks. Prior to his time in the NBA, Bakker served as a Player Development Coach with Tim Grover, the well-known basketball trainer who previously worked with Michael Jordan, Dwyane Wade, and other high-level NBA stars.

Last season, Coach DJ Bakker went 31-15 in his first season as head coach for the Cruise. He led his squad to the playoffs, along with finishing second in the league during the regular season.



Woods completed his first season as assistant coach for the Thunder in 2021-22, and his fourth season with the organization overall. He spent the 2020-21 season as a player development coach for Oklahoma City and worked for two seasons as an assistant coach for the Thunder’s G League affiliate, the Oklahoma City Blue. Additionally, Woods served as the head coach at the 2022 NBA Summer League.

He previously played as a forward for the Blue for two seasons and appeared in 99 games (43 starts).

A Butler University product, Woods finished his four-year collegiate career as the second-leading rebounder in the school’s history with 956 rebounds. He led the Bulldogs in blocked shots in all four seasons.

Woods replaced Grant Gibbs as head coach of the Blue, who became the fifth-straight head coach of the Thunder’s G League affiliate team to make the move to an NBA bench.

Woods and his wife, Shakira, reside in Oklahoma City with their three children.



Eric Khoury, 33, became the youngest head coach in Raptors 905 franchise history in July 2022. A native of Toronto, Ontario, Khoury joined the Raptors organization in 2012 as an in-tern in the basketball operations department working with algorithms to detect basketball actions and plan defenses. In 2015,hewas promoted to Manager of Basketball Operations and Analytics where he focused on college players and producing analytics reports for the coaching staff. Khoury joined the Raptors bench in 2017 as a member of former Head Coach Dwayne Casey’s staff while also serving as the Director of Analytics. As an assistant coach, he won an NBA Championship with the Raptors in 2019. He would be named lead assistant coach and offensive coordinator for Raptors 905 in 2019, helping lead the franchise to the best record in the league and leading the G League in offensive efficiency in 2020. Khoury then returned to the Raptors bench in 2021. A University of Toronto graduate, Khoury holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Aerospace Engineering and a Master of Applied Science in Experimental Fluid Dynamics.



Kevin Burleson enters his first year as head coach of the decorated Rio Grande Valley Franchise, the defending 2021-22 NBA G League champions. Burleson went undrafted in in the 2003 NBA Draft, and after playing overseas for two years, he played 39 games with the Charlotte Bobcats during the 2005-06 season. The University of Minnesota alum then spent time with the Fort Worth Flyers and Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League and transitioned to coaching when he joined the Iowa Wolves as an assistant. Burleson then moved to the NBA, becoming an assistant coach with the Memphis Grizzles from 2018-2019, and then several years with the Minnesota Timberwolves in the same role. Kevin is the older brother of former NFL wide receiver Nate Burleson.



Scott Morrison begins his first season as head coach of the Salt Lake City Stars. Morrison comes to the Stars with an extensive coaching background in the collegiate, international, and professional ranks. Most recently, Morrison served as the head coach of the Perth Wildcats of Australia’s National Basketball League during the 2021-22 season.

Morrison served as an assistant coach under Brad Stevens with the Boston Celtics from 2017-21. Prior to joining the Celtics’ staff, Morrison spent the 2013-14 season as a player development coach for the Maine Red Claws, the NBA G League affiliate of the Boston Celtics. Morrison was named head coach of the Red Claws before the 2014-15 season leading Maine to a 35-15 record and a spot in the NBA D-League Playoffs (now known as the NBA G League). At the conclusion of the 2014-15 season, Morrison was named the winner of the Dennis Johnson Coach of the Year Award, given to the top coach in the NBA D-League. Morrison remained head coach of the Red Claws before joining the Celtics in 2017.

During his time as head coach of the Red Claws, Morrison played a major role in the development of future NBA stars Dwight Powell, Marcus Smart and Terry Rozier. 13 Main Red Claw players received NBA call-ups during Morrison’s tenure.

A native of Prince Edward Island, Morrison was a four-year starter on the men’s basketball team at the University of Prince Edward Island, where he ended his career as the all-time leader in assists and three-point field goals made and fifth on the all-time leading scorer list.



Cooper, is entering his second season as head coach of the Santa Cruz Warriors and fourth overall season with the Warriors franchise. Prior to becoming the Santa Cruz head coach, Cooper spent two seasons as a player development coach for Golden State.

In his first season as head coach, Cooper led the team to a 15-17 regular season record and the team earned the Western Conference sixth seed and a spot in the NBA G League playoffs. Cooper had two players earn NBA call-ups throughout the season.

Prior to joining the Warriors, Cooper was an assistant coach for three seasons at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Cooper has previous NBA G League experience as he spent two years as the associate head coach for the Maine Red Claws, the G League affiliate of the Boston Celtics. During Cooper’s two seasons with the Celtics organization, the Red Claws won division titles both years and had a total of eight players sign NBA contracts. Prior to Maine, Cooper fulfilled multiple roles on Head Coach Tom Crean’s staff at Indiana University from 2010-2014. He earned a master’s degree in Ath-letic Administration and Sports Management from Indiana University in 2013. Cooper began his coaching career with the Los Angeles Clippers, spending four seasons as a video coordinator.

A native of Madison, Wisconsin, Cooper is a graduate of Edgewood College, where he was a two-year team captain and three-time All-Lake Michigan First Team selection. An NCAA Division III Midwest Region All-American, he was named the 2005 Lake Michigan Conference Player of the Year, and to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Midwest All-District team that same year. Cooper, a four-year Lake Michigan Scholar Athlete, graduated from Edgewood in 2006 with a degree in Business Management.

Cooper and his wife Corina have a son, Cruz, and daughter, Cali.



Kasib Powell enters his sixth season with the Sioux Falls Skyforce and second as Head Coach of the franchise. He became the 21st Head Coach in Skyforce history and sixth in the Miami HEAT single affiliate era ahead of the 2021-22 season.

Powell was hired as an assistant coach in 2016, where he spent four seasons under head coaches Nevada Smith and Eric Glass prior to being promoted to Head Coach. The Teaneck, NJ native appeared for the Skyforce as a player from 2007-09, playing in 60 games (53 starts) while averaging 21.0 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.4 assists per contest. His efforts earned him an NBA Call-Up to the Miami HEAT, where he appeared in 11 games (four starts), averaging 7.6 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game.

The two-year Texas Tech standout was also named NBA G League MVP in 2008, becoming the first player in franchise history to earn a league MVP honor. Shortly after his retirement in 2012, Powell moved back to Sioux Falls and co-founded SD Network Basketball which has now grown to be one of the state’s largest youth basketball programs.

In April 2016, Powell became an inaugural inductee into the Skyforce Basketball Hall of Fame along with fellow Skyforce legends David Bailey, Mo McHone and Tommy Smith.

Under Powell, in 2021-22, the Skyforce celebrated the most NBA Call-Ups in the G League era, and most since 1998-99. After missing the first season since 1989, Sioux Falls went a combined 16-31 last season between the Showcase Cup and regular season and was fighting for a playoff spot late into the regular season.

Powell and his family, including girlfriend Katherine and their three children, Jamre, Kaevon and Janiyah, have now called Sioux Falls home for nearly a decade.



Miles Simon is the ninth head coach in franchise history and is entering his second season.

After serving as a Laker assistant coach for four seasons, Miles Simon was hired as the franchise’s ninth head coach ahead of the 2021-22 season. During his first season as the team’s head coach, Simon led the team to great success, posting a 31-15 (.673) regular season and showcase cup record. A great record for the first-time head coach and the third highest winning percentage in South Bay Lakers history. The team also secured their first playoff win since 2018 with a 134-123 victory over the Santa Cruz Warriors at the UCLA Health Center.

Simon first joined the Lakers organization after serving as head coach of the 2017 USA Junior National Select Team for the Nike Hoops Summit, leading the USA to a victory over the World Select Team. Simon won gold medals as an assistant for the 2016 USA Men’s U17 World Championship Team, as well as the 2015 USA Men’s U16 National Team. In addition to his work with USA Basketball, Simon has also served as a college basketball analyst for ESPN.

The Arizona alumnus was the 1997 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player after leading the Wildcats to a National Championship as a junior. Upon graduation, Simon played one season for the Orlando Magic before spending time overseas and in the CBA. After his playing career, Simon spent three seasons (2005-08) as an assistant coach at Arizona on Lute Olson’s staff.



The No. 23 overall pick in the 1997 NBA Draft, Bobby Jackson was one of the NBA’s most electrifying sixth men in league history, winning the Sixth Man of the Year award in 2003 averaging a career-best 15.2 points per game during that season. Jackson played in over 750 NBA games, as well as 58 playoff contests during his 12-year NBA career. He began his coaching career as an assistant coach with the Sacramento Kings and spent time as a player development with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Jackson was named head coach of the Stockton Kings in 2021, and enters his second season at the position after leading the franchise to a 6-6 Showcase Cup record and a 15-18 regular season mark.



George Galanopoulos enters his third season as the Legends Head Coach, fourth with the Legends, and seventh with the Dallas Mavericks organization.

In his first season as Legends head coach, Galanopoulos led the team to a 24-19 record, poised for playoff contention prior to the season’s cancellation. In the 2021-22 season, Galanopoulos’ second, the team finished 28-22 overall including the franchise’s first playoff victory. The season also provided a historic nine NBA Call-Ups.

Galanopoulos was also a member of the Legends coaching staff for the 2016-17 season serving as an assistant under Bob MacKinnon. The 2016-17 season saw the Legends earn the most wins to that point in franchise history and earn a record five NBA Call-Ups.

Galanopoulos spent the following two seasons as a video coordinator for the Mavericks. His first role with the Legends came out of an internship with the Mavericks as well when he went from player development intern in Dallas to assistant coach in Frisco.

The Chicago native earned his first head coaching role after the 16-17 season when he took over as head coach of the Uganda National Team, and he has served in that capacity for the past five summers.

Along with G League, NBA, and FIBA international, Galanopoulos’ resume includes collegiate experience. While at Indiana University, Galanopoulos worked with the Hoosiers’ men’s basketball team, which helped propel him to his first position with the NBA G League’s Bakersfield Jam.

Galanopoulos is the sixth head coach in the franchise’s history as the Legends return to the court for their 12th season in Frisco.



A native of Senegal, DeSagana Diop enters his first year as a head coach at any level, as well as is first year with the Westchester Knicks in any capacity. Diop, who was selected with the eighth overall pick in the 2001 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers, played in the NBA for over a decade with Cleveland, the Dallas Mavericks, New Jersey Nets and Charlotte Bobcats. After 12 years as a player in the NBA, Diop took a player development role with the Texas Legends, and parlayed that into an assistant coaching job with the team. That experience turned into stints as an assistant coach with the Utah Jazz, followed by time as an assistant with the Houston Rockets. Diop speaks five languages: Arabic, English, French, Wolof and some Spanish.



In his second season as Head Coach of the Windy City Bulls, Domercant is the fourth Head Coach in Windy City franchise history. He previously served as an assistant coach with the Windy City Bulls since 2018 and held the role of Player Development Coordinator with the Chicago Bulls during the 2020-21 NBA season. He served as an Assistant Coach during the Bulls’ NBA Summer League squad in August as well as serving as Head Coach for a game.



Chaisson Allen enters his second season as the Head Coach of the Wisconsin Herd.

He is the third Head Coach in team history. Coach Allen most recently served as an assistant coach for the Long Island Nets, the NBAG League affiliate for the Brooklyn Nets. Prior to Long Island, he spent the 2019-20 season as an assistant coach for the Wisconsin Herd. Allen, a native of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, brings additional experience to the Herd, including a season as an assistant coach for the Capital City Go-Go during their inaugural NBA G League season, and two years as a Player Development/Graduate Assistant Coach at the University of Miami for the men’s basketball team. While at Miami, Allen completed a master’s degree in Sports Administration.  

A standout player at Northeastern University, Allen earned First Team All-CAA honors as a junior and senior while being named to the CAA All-Defensive team for three straight years. Following his career at Northeastern, Allen played professionally overseas for five seasons.