Chris Carrawell, who's spent much of his adult life in Duke basketball, has been named assistant coach of the Springfield Armor. Carrawell, 33, now becomes the second Nets employee on the Armor staff, joining Bob MacKinnon Jr., who was named head coach last week.
"We are so happy for Chris. He’s the consummate team player who became ACC Player of the Year. He has a great understanding of the game and loves to teach it," said Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski. "This position is absolutely perfect for him." He held multiple positions with Duke.
"He is a young, aggressive coach who comes to the Armor from a storied college basketball environment, and his passion and energy will be an invaluable asset to our players," said Milton Lee, who runs the Armor for the Nets.
- Armor Name Chris Carrawell Assistant Coach - Springfield Armor
- Nets name Carrawell an assistant as Springfield - AP
- Former Duke star Chris Carrawell joins Springfield Armor staff - Springfield Republican
- Nets hire former Duke player for D-League staff - New York Post
Carrawell leaves Duke for NBA D-League - Duke Chronicle