Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference - Notable Sports Figures - Basketball

Basketball

  • Hubie Brown,
    Hall of Fame NBA Coach
    Niagara

  • Calvin Murphy,
    NBA All-Star Guard
    Niagara

  • Digger Phelps,
    ESPN NCAA Analyst
    Rider

  • Rik Smits,
    NBA All-Star Center
    Marist

  • Mike Smrek
    Two-Time NBA Champion
    Canisius

  • Joe Arlauckas, former NBA player (Niagara)
  • John Beilein, collegiate men's basketball head coach (Canisius)
  • Matt Brady, current James Madison men's basketball coach (Siena)
  • Steve Burtt, Sr., former NBA player (Iona)
  • Al Butler, former NBA player (Niagara)
  • Keydren Clark, two-time NCAA scoring leader; seventh all-time NCAA scoring leader (Saint Peter's)
  • Larry Costello, former NBA player and coach; six-time NBA All-Star (Niagara)
  • Joe DeSantis, former men's college basketball coach; 1979 NCAA All-American (Fairfield)
  • Chris D'Orso, current Orlando Magic executive (Fairfield)
  • Kathy Fedorjaka, current Bucknell women's basketball coach (Fairfield)
  • Luis Flores, former NBA player (Manhattan)
  • Greg Francis, current Alberta men's basketball coach; former Canadian Olympic basketball player (Fairfield)
  • Deng Gai, former NBA player; 2006 NCAA block shot leader (Fairfield)
  • Sean Green, former NBA player (Iona)
  • Kenny Hasbrouck, current Miami Heat player (Siena)
  • Frank Layden, former NBA coach and executive; NBA Coach of the Year and Executive of the Year (Niagara)
  • Manny Leaks, former NBA player (Niagara)
  • Tim Legler, former NBA player; current ESPN analyst (La Salle)
  • Ralph Lewis, former NBA player (La Salle)
  • Nick Macarchuk, former men's college basketball coach (Fairfield)
  • Bob MacKinnon, former NBA Head Coach and General Manager of the New Jersey Nets (Canisius)
  • Johnny McCarthy, member of the 1963-64 NBA Champion Boston Celtics and first of just three players in NBA history to record a triple-double in a playoff debut (Canisius)
  • Brendan Malone, former NBA head coach (Iona)
  • Michael Meeks, former Canadian Olympic basketball player (Canisius)
  • Juan Mendez, professional basketball player in Europe; highest scoring Canadian in Division I men's basketball history (Niagara)
  • Mike Morrison, former NBA player (Loyola)
  • Dan O'Sullivan, former NBA player (Fordham)
  • Tim O'Toole, current ESPN analyst; former men's college basketball coach (Fairfield)
  • Doug Overton, former NBA player (La Salle)
  • Digger Phelps, current ESPN analyst; former men's college basketball coach (Rider)
  • Darren Phillip, 2000 NCAA Top Rebounder (Fairfield)
  • Rick Pych, current San Antonio Spurs executive (Fairfield)
  • Jeff Ruland, former NBA player (Iona)
  • Tricia Fabbri, current Quinnipiac women's basketball coach (Fairfield)
  • Lionel Simmons, former NBA player (La Salle)
  • Mike Smrek, former NBA player (Canisius)
  • Jason Thompson, current Sacramento Kings player (Rider)
  • Edwin Ubiles current Washington Wizards player (Siena)
  • Randy Woods, former NBA player (La Salle)
  • A. J. Wynder, former NBA player (Fairfield)
  • Bobby Joe Hatton - former professional basketball player; member of the Puerto Rico national basketball team at the 2004 Olympic Games (Marist)
  • Jared Jordan - professional basketball player; 45th pick in the 2007 NBA Draft (Marist)
  • Sean N. Kennedy - former professional basketball player (Marist)
  • Maureen Magarity - current University of New Hampshire women's head basketball coach (Marist)

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