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Brian Reese News & Bio


Name:Brian Reese
Hometown:The Bronx, NY
High School:St. Nicholas of Tolentine
Born:July 2, 1971 (47)
Height/Weight:6-6
Position:F
Notes:Basketball, 1990 McDonald's All-American
4 recruiting classes have contributed to matching titles for Triangle rivals
1. Class of 1990 Eric Montross, Derrick Phelps, Brian Reese, Clifford Rozier, Pat Sullivan and Kevin Salvadori made up coach Dean Smith’s top-ranked recruiting haul...

For Monmouth's King Rice, emotions may play a role at UNC
This is not the first time King Rice will take his team to UNC (Wed., 7 PM, ESPNU), and it probably won't be the last...

UNC Basketball Career Leaderboard Updates: 12/11
Nate Britt’s five steals moved him into UNC’s all-time top 50 with 95. He now ranks 49th, as he passed Antawn Jamison (93) and Donald...

Illinois State names Brian Reese assistant basketball coach
Brian Reese learned from one of college basketball's coaching legends in the late Dean Smith. He knows what it's like to reach the top, too,...

King Rice, Brian Reese set for on-court reunion
King Rice's friendship with Brian Reese goes back a quarter-century to 1990 when Rice was a senior at UNC, Reese was a freshman, and together...

Monmouth assistant Brian Reese tabbed as new Georgian Court coach
King Rice's coaching tree received its first branch on Thursday. Hawks assistant coach Brian Reese will be named head coach at Division II Georgian Court...

Lessons Learned From Coach Dean Smith
Brian Reese, an assistant under King Rice at Monmouth and a member of the Tar Heels’ 1993 national championship team, remembers the emphasis not being...

Audio: King Rice, Brian Reese, and Derrick Phelps
King Rice, Brian Reese, and Derrick Phelps talk to the media following Monmouth's loss to Carolina...

UNC hopes to burn Rice in coaching return
Monmouth is coached by former North Carolina point guard King Rice, who’s in his first year at the West Long Branch, NJ, school. Two of...

King Rice takes Hawks to Chapel Hill
When Monmouth University steps inside the building for a 3 pm contest against the Tar Heels, the Hawks will of course get booed. However, when...


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