Corliss Mondari Williamson (Mondari?!?) is the definition of a savvy NBA vet. Highly recruited out of high school where he was a three-time All-American and National Gatorade Player of the Year, Corliss stayed close to home and committed to play for Arkansas. Although his career at Arkansas is not well known, it is arguably one of the greatest Razorback successes of all-time. via...
Big Nasty has decided to come home.
Sactown Royalty is reporting that Corliss Williamson has agreed to become an assistant coach for the Kings. Williamson is reportedly leaving his job as head coach of Central Arkansas for the opportunity.
Williamson was drafted by the Kings in 1995 and played more than five seasons for them.
In Detroit Williamson was the 2002 Sixth Man of the...
Corliss Williamson is returning to the NBA, this time as an assistant coach for the Sacramento Kings.
Williamson, who was drafted by the Kings with the 13th overall pick in 1995, spent the last three seasons as the head coach at Central Arkansas.
''I honestly couldn't see myself leaving for any situation other than an opportunity to go back to Sacramento,''...
Corliss Williamson will be added to the coaching staff of Mike Malone with the Sacramento Kings.
Williamson has been head coach at University of Central Arkansas since 2010.
Williamson was drafted by the Kings in 1995 and played there until 2000. Williamson later returned to the Kings in a deal involving Chris Webber.
Though his NBA career came to end in 2007, Corliss Williamson wasn't ready to give up the sport he loves most. George Schroeder talks to Big Nasty about life at Central Arkansas.
February 10, 2012
Corliss Williamson led the Razorbacks to the 1994 NCAA title, now he coaches at Central Arkansas
His nickname was Big Nasty, and while he was one of the nicest people and most popular players in Sacramento, on the basketball court Corliss Williamson fit the profile.
Paul Kitagaki Jr. Bee file, 2005
November 11, 2011