menu close twitter facebook snapchat instagram youtube article basketball gallery graph left-arrow right-arrow search star trophy video net clipboard shield-check shield-star stopwatch filter reset Share

Dream Team Gold Medalist Chris Mullin Returns To Coach His Alma Mater

  • Date:
    Apr 1, 2015

Check out some of the people and organizations USA Basketball is following with this week’s USA Basketball Social Media Roundup:

From one Olympian to another, Magic Johnson reacts to the news this week that Chris Mullin is the new head coach at Mullin's alma mater, St. John’s University.

---

Dawn Staley has accomplished an awful lot in her basketball career, most recently helping USA Basketball win a pair of gold medals (as head coach of the 2014 USA U18 National Team and assistant coach for the 2014 USA World Championship Team). Now she has her South Carolina squad in the Women’s Final Four for the first time.

---

H-Town ---> FINAL FOUR

A photo posted by Justise Winslow (@_rubdi) on

Speaking of the Final Four, here’s a photo of Duke freshman Justise Winslow following the Blue Devils’ win over Gonzaga last weekend. Winslow, already a three-time gold medalist for USA Basketball, is one of four Duke players with USA Basketball ties. ---

Mark your calendars – of particular interest here might be a couple of dates toward the bottom of this link: gold medal games for men’s and women’s basketball.

---

No surprise that Seattle Seahawks quarterback and former Badger Russell Wilson is closely following the University of Wisconsin’s NCAA Tournament run. Wisconsin is in the NCAA Men's Final Four for the second consecutive year.

---

Wisconsin defeated the University of Arizona to reach the NCAA Men's Final Four. The loss didn’t stop Wildcats head coach Sean Miller – a USA Basketball gold medalist as both a player and coach – from showing his appreciation for his team.

---

@NBAStats is always a good source of information, including this nugget about Nerlens Noel, who played for USA Basketball at the 2012 Nike Hoop Summit.

Related Videos

Dawn Staley, playing in her third Olympic Games, was elected by her peers - all U.S. team captains - to carry the flag and lead the U.S. delegation into the 2004 Opening Ceremony. She reflects back on her selection and what it meant to her.

Led by four-time Olymic gold medalist Lisa Leslie, the 2008 U.S. Olympic Women's Team claimed a fourth-straight Olympic gold.

Led by three-time Olympians Lisa Leslie, Dawn Staley and Sheryl Swoopes, the USA women captured a third consecutive gold medal.

Carol Callan, Sue Bird, Dawn Staley and Diana Taurasi talk about the 2019-20 USA Basketball Women's National Team's expanded training program in a press conference on July 27 in Las Vegas.

In celebrating Black History Month, Olympic gold medalists Chris Bosh and Dawn Staley talk about some of the pioneers of basketball who came before them.

Related Content

The U.S. Olympic Committee announced on Aug. 12, 2004, that three-time Olympian Dawn Staley was elected by the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team captains to represent the United States of America as the USA's flag bearer for the 2004 Olympic Games

Dawn Staley, playing in her third Olympic Games, was elected by her peers - all U.S. team captains - to carry the flag and lead the U.S. delegation into the 2004 Opening Ceremony. She reflects back on her selection and what it meant to her.

Check out images from Dawn Staley's extensive USA Basketball career as an athlete and coach.

Dawn Staley is an incredible 196-10 as a USA Basketball athlete and 93-4 as a USA Basketball coach.

Coach Licensing & Organization Accreditation Login



Forgot Password?