Travis Bader Makes Transition from Player to Coach with Brooklyn Nets

Travis Bader Makes Transition from Player to Coach with Brooklyn Nets

Travis Bader (32) is one of the new assistant coaches for the Brooklyn Nets in the NBA. Former professional player having launched his professional career in France at ASVEL, he has converted to coaching since the end of 2020.

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In his staff, the American-Spanish Jordi Fernandez will be supported by Steve Hetzel, Juwan Howard, Deividas Dulkys, Connor Griffinn and finally Travis Bader. They will join Jay Hernandez, Adam Caporn, Ryan Forehan-Kelly and Corey Vinson to support the Canada coach. Travis Bader is not here by chance. The former Oakland University star (2009 to 2014) continues his fifth season with the franchise. Arriving at the end of 2020, he worked as an individual coach and video coordinator.

At ASVEL in 2014-2015, Travis Bader proved to be discreet, shooting 3.5 points with 32.6% shooting success, 0.8 rebounds and 0.5 assists in 13 minutes over 25 games. Then he played in Lithuania, the Italian second division, Greece, but also in the G-League and the Spanish second division. It was in Palencia that his playing career ended, in March 2020 with the start of confinement.

2024-06-16 07:18:03
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