It's more than two hours before tip-off, and Rodney Hamilton is rearranging the chairs on the home team's sideline. He walks down the line counting each chair to make sure both rows have the right number for the Memphis basketball team, which is hosting East Carolina on Jan. 27 at FedExForum. When he realizes an adjustment needs to made, he makes it, then double-checks it to be certain.
Memphis assistant Rasheed Wallace will not be with the Tigers in an in-person capacity the rest of this season, according to coach Penny Hardaway.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WREG) — Rasheed Wallace is no longer on the U of M coaching staff, according to Penny Hardaway. Wallace is now in more of a consulting role for the Tigers. Wallace hasn’t been seen coaching for theTigers in more than a month. This comes after the 16-year NBA veteran was placed in health […]
Memphis basketball coach Penny Hardaway says assistant Rasheed Wallace will remain on staff in a "consultant" role moving forward for "healthy and safety" concerns and will not return to the Tigers' bench in-person, The Memphis Dispatch reports. Hardaway hired Wallace last summer in an effort to bolster the Tigers' front-court production this season.
Former NBA All-Star Rasheed Wallace joined the Memphis men's basketball program as an assistant to head coach Anfernee Hardaway in August 2021. The Tigers have dropped seven of their last 11 contests since a 5-0 start, and it was reported on Wednesday that Wallace's role with the team will change for the remainder of the season.
Dull moments are few and far between for the Memphis basketball program these days. Coach Penny Hardaway, on the heels of back-to-back road losses to UCF and ECU, announced assistant coach Rasheed Wallace (a former NBA All-Star) has transitioned to a "consultant's role" and will work remotely the remainder of the season.
The Memphis men's basketball team has minimized Rasheed Wallace's role with the team and removed him from in-person duties. Head coach Penny Hardaway told reporters Wednesday that Wallace will serve as a consultant for the time being. Wallace, a four-time All-Star in the NBA, joined the Tigers in August as...
Rasheed Wallace joined the Memphis Tigers men's basketball program as an assistant coach ahead of the 2021-22 college basketball season. Memphis announced the hiring on Aug. 26, 2021. Wallace was previously a Detroit Pistons assistant coach in 2013-14 and the head coach at Charles E. Jordan High School in Durham,...
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