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Kenny Anderson, former NBA All-Star, resigns as coach from HBCU men’s basketball team


Former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson has resigned as head men’s basketball coach at Fisk University after five seasons at the helm, per an announcement on Saturday on X, formerly known as Twitter.

“I will enjoy my life, but I will miss everyone at Fisk University,” Anderson posted Saturday morning. “I have been here for five years and truly love it. My daughter graduated from here! I don’t know what else to say!”

Anderson, 53, took over as men’s basketball coach to turn the program around. The 2023-24 season was his most successful as the Bulldogs finished the season 14-16, losing to Dillard in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference semifinals.

Anderson’s career record at Fisk stands at 43-95 overall and 25-34 in GCAC play.

Anderson played 15 seasons in the NBA, including making the Eastern Conference All-Star team as a member of the New Jersey Nets in 1994.



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