EL SEGUNDO, Calif. When Mark Madsen played for the Lakers from 2000-03, there was no D-League. A minor league in basketball was essentially nonexistent, at least in an official sense, and for a player like the 6-foot-9 role player, reps could be hard to come by.
Some days, as a bench player on a championship team, hed get them in 3-on-3. Other days, hed be lucky enough to get in...
Former pro player Mark Madsen is moving into the coaching ranks with the Los Angeles D-Fenders of the NBA's D-League.
He will be the team's head coach, replacing Reggie Theus, who left to become coach at Cal State Northridge. The hiring was announced Monday.
Madsen was an assistant for Stanford's men's team last season. He helped the Cardinal to four straight NCAA...
Mark Madsen will be back in Laker land to coach their D-League affiliate team
Mark Madsen, is finalizing a contract that would bring the corny, yet popular bench warmer, back to the Los Angeles Lakers. The Mad Dog, as he was nicknamed, brought a ton of energy via the bench during the Lakers glory years in the early 2000s.
Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, has reported that Madsen...
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. The Los Angeles D-Fenders have named Mark Madsen, a member of the 2001 and 2002 Lakers championship teams, as their new coach.
Madsen, a 6-foot-9 power forward, spent nine years in the NBA, three with the Lakers and six with the Minnesota Timberwolves. He retired in 2009 and has since served as an assistant with the D-Leagues Utah Flash (now relocated to Delaware...
Mark Madsen is finalizing a deal to become the next head coach of the Los Angeles D-Fenders of the NBA D-League, according to sources.
Madsen recently completed his first season as an assistant coach at Stanford.
Madsen was previously an assistant coach for the Utah Flash for the D-League for two seasons.
Reggie Theus coached the D-Fenders last season and left for Cal State Northridge.
The Boston Celtics are now down 2-0 to the Knicks so I thought that I’d help lift the spirits of Celtics fans. Located in between the era of Dr. J and Air Jordan dunks is the Hick from French Lick throwing down the rock. Larry Bird dunking is kind of like the unicorn of the sports world because it was so rare that it happened. Thanks to modern technology, we’re just a YouTube...
Peter Sauer, a former captain at Stanford who helped lead the Cardinal to the 1998 Final Four, has died. He was 35.
The school said Monday that Sauer died Sunday night in White Plains, N.Y., while playing in a recreational basketball game. The 6-foot-7, 225-pound forward from Pittsburgh was part of a Stanford team that reached four straight NCAA tournaments under former coach Mike...
Via AP on Fox
July 09, 2012
Mark Madsen has joined the Stanford staff as an assistant basketball coach.
Former Stanford star Mark Madsen is coming back to the school as an assistant basketball coach.
Coach Johnny Dawkins said Tuesday that Madsen will replace the retired Dick Davey on his staff. Madsen will primarily work with post players.
Madsen helped lead the Cardinal to four NCAA tournament appearances and the 1998 Final Four during his collegiate career. He averaged 10.9 points...
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June 05, 2012