Damon Stoudamire was one of most popular players in Arizona history, an electrifying, high-scoring guard with a cool nickname.
Now Mighty Mouse is headed back to the desert.
Stoudamire was hired as an assistant coach under Sean Miller on Friday, a move that's sure to be a big hit with one of college basketball's most fervid fan bases.
''We are thrilled to welcome...
Arizona announced the hiring of Damon Stoudamire on Friday. Read on for details about why he became a coach, how it feels to be back at Arizona, and more.
Memphis assistant Damon Stoudamire will be leaving to take an assistant coaching position at Arizona.
It'll be a homecoming of sorts for Stoudamire, who played at Arizona from 1991-1995 under former coach Lute Olsen. After spending 14 seasons in the NBA Stoudamire got into coaching. He spent two seasons on the Grizz bench under Lionel Hollins. Stoudamire has been on Josh...
Damon Stoudamire has a long history of success. Read on to see why that is, the initial reaction of his hiring, and more.
Damon Stoudamire has made the decision to leave Memphis for Arizona. Click the link for the latest.
College basketball's first 1,000 point scorer was born on this day in 1900. John Roosma played for Ernest Blood, the legendary coach of Passaic High in New Jersey who coached teams that only lost one game in a decade and once won 159 straight games. While there, General Douglas MacArthur recruited Roosma to play at West Point.
Roosma led the Black Knights to a 73-13...
Salim Stoudamire always had a few things going for him. He had an awesome afro-like cut, he had a beautiful 3-point stroke, and he’s cousins with none other than Damon Stoudamire. After graduating from Lake Oswego High School in Oregon, Salim went to play for Lute Olson at Arizona.
SS immediately made an impact his first two seasons averaging 12.9 ppg (12...
Damon Stoudamire talked with the media about what advice he has given his cousin Terrence Jones, his memories of the night he was drafted, his legacy as a Toronto Raptor, how the point guard position has changed in the NBA, and he confessed that players do look at mock drafts.
Damon Stoudamire might be the most successful stoner ever. Over his 15 year NBA career he made just north of $99.6 million. To put into perspective how much money this really is, he could buy three space shuttles and still be able to live very comfortably. The green in Portland must have been sticky icky because Stoudamire got busted three times for Mary Jane related incidents including...
Damon Stoudamire, J.R. Rider, Rasheed Wallace, Brian Grant and Arvydas Sabonis did whatever the hell they wanted to do when they played for the Trail Blazers back in 1997. That’s precisely why you loved and hated the “Jail Blazers” at the exact same time. Buy this tee from UNDRCRWN and restrain yourself from promptly throwing it at your head coaches face like Sabonis.