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Dan has twelve years of coaching experience, nine of them spent at the NCAA division one level. Dan began Advance Scouting for the NBA with the New Orleans Hornets. Following his first season in the NBA with the Hornets, Dan became an Advanced Scout for the Utah Jazz. This year, Dan enters his third season with the NBA as an Advance Scout for the Denver Nuggets.
A 2002 graduate of Towson Catholic High School just outside of Baltimore, Maryland, Dan served as a Student Assistant Coach for the Junior Varsity and Varsity programs at Towson Catholic for head coach Mike Daniel. He was a Junior Varsity teammate of Carmelo Anthony as well as a Student Assistant Coach during his Junior and Senior years at Towson Catholic, which produced players in the Big East, Colonial Athletic Association, and the Ohio Valley Conference.
Dan moved on to become a Student Assistant Coach in the ACC for the Florida State Seminoles. During his time at FSU, the Seminoles produced five NBA Draft selections under head coach Leonard Hamilton. The highest draft pick was Al Thornton, who was a lottery pick selected by the Los Angeles Clippers.
After Florida State, Dan joined the coaching staff at Jacksonville University. During his season working for head coach Cliff Warren, the Dolphins experienced the biggest turnaround in Division One basketball. Over five players from that Jacksonville squad went on to play professional basketball.
Dan then began working in the Ivy League for Sydney Johnson at Princeton University. The team struggled in the first season but showed considerable improvement in year two. The Princeton Tigers went from last place to finishing second place in the conference in just one season.
In his last collegiate position before moving to the NBA, Dan was a Graduate Assistant Coach at the University of Memphis, helping the Tigers get back to the NCAA Tournament in his second year, all while receiving his Graduate Degree in Sport and Leisure Commerce.
Dan comes from a large family with two sister and four brothers – three of which work in the NBA. Tim – General Manager of the Denver Nuggets, Pat – Assistant General Manager of the Phoenix Suns, and Joe – Assistant Coach/Director of Player Development for the Washington Wizards.